Why Us?

Twins Healing's purpose is to provide quality rehabilitative and therapeutic behavioral services to adults. Our role is to work with our clients by modeling, coaching, encouraging, and teaching skills so that individuals can develop the ability to believe in themselves. we respect and focus on person-centered potential achievements.
Twin Healing Center's curriculum is designed to assist individuals in achieving their personal goals. Every one of our clients develops a unique partnership with a mental health professional. They collaborate to build a customized plan to assist the client in acquiring the skills needed to achieve clear objectives and goals. Our mental health providers offer care to our clients in their homes and/or in the community. We believe that collaboration with our client's families, colleagues, and participating professionals is critical. Our clients can retain the skills they acquire with the support and assistance of our collaborators so they can achieve their goals. 
Twins Healing Center offers a program dedicated to assisting patients with mental illnesses to live peacefully in their homes or places of residence. Many of the services we offer are not limited to basic and social living skills, community intervention, medication education, and transitioning to community living, etc.


  • Must be 18 years old or older 
  • Must have Medical Assistance or a Prepaid Medical Assistance 
  • Must have received a recent diagnostic assessment by a qualified mental health care professional 
  • Has a substantial disability and functional impairment in three or more areas 
  • Must have the cognitive capacity to engage in and benefit from rehabilitative services techniques and methods 


  • Managing the symptoms of mental illness 
  • Maintaining household 
  • Preparing for employment
  • Pursuing education 
  • Developing a healthy lifestyle
  • Budgeting and shopping 
  • Re-entering community living after treatment 
  • Preventing relapse 
  • Monitoring use and effectiveness of medications 
  • Effectively communicating opinions, thoughts, and feelings, or key information with others 
  • Identifying and using community resources to get needs met 
  • Getting outside help to deal with a difficult situation 
  • Learning to get around the community