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Laguna Treatment Hospital is a high-quality facility you can trust. Not only is this evident in the exceptional care we provide our patients but in our good standing in the treatment community. You’ll never have to worry about the quality of care when you or someone you hold dear comes to Laguna Treatment Hospital. We hold ourselves to the highest standards, and it’s apparent in our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and the accreditations and memberships we hold.
We are honored to be accredited with the Joint Commission.
Accreditation from the Joint Commission means that we have met the organization’s requirements to provide the gold standard of care to our patients and that we are 100% committed to the safety of all patients.
Laguna Treatment Hospital is licensed as a chemical dependency recovery hospital, the first of its kind in Orange County, by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
The CDPH is a government agency that works to protect the health and well-being of its Golden State’s residents. In order to achieve this, it issues certificates, licenses, permits, and registrations and holds programs to specific requirements that ensure quality patient care.
We are a proud member of the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare (NABH). This organization “exists to effect change in behavioral healthcare,” by working toward getting greater access to critical services, improving patient care, and giving a voice to those in recovery.
Laguna Treatment Hospital and AAC are so committed to patient care that we have signed the Fair Care Promise. This means that we never broker a client or sell a referral.
This is a pledge, standard, and code of ethics in which we choose to comply.
American Addiction Centers (AAC), the parent company of Laguna Treatment Hospital, is accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and holds the highest (A+) rating with the organization.
According to the BBB, ratings are established from information that it “is able to obtain about the business, including complaints received from the public.”