Somerset Hospital - Twin Lakes Center

3.2 (16 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
224 Twin Lakes Road
Somerset, PA 15501
8144433639 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Since 1983, The Twin Lakes Center has been providing drug and alcohol rehabilitation services on a rural, 30-acre campus in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. The Twin Lakes Center treats addiction as a disease and is committed to providing effective, affordable treatment to all. Men and women are provided to tools to learn how to develop healthy relationships, trust and honesty, guilt and shame, and self-esteem.

Somerset Hospital - Twin Lakes Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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My husband is currently going to an outpatient facility once a week


This place is for people like me who are trying to stay out of jail


My fiancé Went there for help the driver couldn’t even find the place he was totally disrespected like a M.F. Just like everybody else there trying to get help


this place completely SUCKED! From the staff talking about other patients too other patients is very unprofessional. The counselors, well some were very kind to me, and others like one CRS in particul...


I love Twin Lakes for a few reasons and disliked it for a few also. I do think they have the best detox I have been to, they detox with subutex which I liked because suboxone has always made me sick. ...


My name is Deloris Rocco. I came to your faculty suffering from an addiction of crack cocaine and alcoholism. I believe I am working on 12 years of continuous recovery without any hiccups along my way...


great staff, very kind and understanding staff


They have good groups for all the people there. It's to easy to smuggle drugs in there which compromises the patients. The facility wasn't terrible but it lacked a lot when I was there. There was no r...


they work hard to try to get the person in another place if they need more help then they can give. not enough family time, my nephew was placed somewhere else with there help & has been in the other ...


My husband wanted to receive counseling for his alcoholism. We have had nothing but difficulty with this agency. We are limited on where he can receive treatment as a result of him only having Tricare...


Terrible treatment. Inexperienced therapists that are fresh out of college and have no education on addiction at all. Staff drama and chaos made my stay miserable. I'd never recommend this place to an...


The programs keep you busy. However, there was not enough staff and it was over priced.


The counseling exercises were great; however, there were not enough visiting days. It helped me with things to overcome my addiction and gave me a lot of people to talk to about things that happened.


They are very good at handling all the problems you are faced with when you enter their facility. However, there is not enough room to house all of the ones that need help. They are there to help you,...


It was an overall great facility; however, it could have used better holistic offerings.


The staff are the most helpful while most of them struggled with addiction their selves.

Areas of Focus
Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.