Events & Media for Laguna Treatment Hospital

Virtual Meetings

We offer online virtual support meetings in the style of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

These virtual 12-step meetings are intended to offer a safe place for individuals in recovery to find support during this time of uncertainty. We recognize the heightened sensitivity of attending an online meeting and we kindly ask for your help in creating and maintaining an environment of peace, support, and confidentiality. Please respect the privacy and anonymity of all those who attend these meetings.

Narcotics Anonymous Style Meetings

Day of Week Time Dial-in Details
Tuesday & Thursday 6:00 PM EST Host: Ben
Join from your computer
Dial-In: +1 (646) 749-3112
Access Code: 442-723-461

Alcoholic Anonymous Style Meetings

Day of Week Time Dial-in Details
Wednesday 7:00 PM EST Host: Jake
Join from your computer
Dial-In: +1 (872) 240-3212
Access Code: 663-861-389

For more information about our virtual meetings, please check out the details from our parent company, American Addiction Centers.

Media

Laguna’s Drug Effects Calculator Can Estimate the Amount of Time a Person May be Under the Influence

Laguna’s Admissions Coordinator Tanya Brown Offers Tips for Navigating the Holidays

Laguna COO Marlon Rollins Penned an Op-Ed for International Survivors of Suicide Day

Laguna Treatment Hospital Welcomes Laura Giffin as New Alumni Services Manager

Laguna Treatment Hospital Awarded $100,000 to Enhance Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT) Services to Combat Opioid Crisis as Part of California’s MAT Expansion Project

Dr. Dan Valentine Offers His Take on the Film Rocketman and its Depiction of Addiction

Alcohol.org Release Sober Survival Guide for Fourth of July Holiday

Dr. Little Featured in Military Publication Stars and Stripes for His Expertise in Addiction Among Veterans

Laguna Treatment Hospital’s Medical Director, Dr. Paul Little, Penned an Op-Ed Discussing Veterans and Addiction

Medical Director Dr. Paul Little Interviewed by Fox News on Mental Health and Substance Use Among Veterans

Former Baywatch Star Jeremy Jackson Shares His Story as a Wake-up Call on the Dangers of Underage Drinking
Laguna Treatment Hospital Featured in California Business Journal