Laguna Makes Newsweek’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers List
Laguna Treatment Hospital was recently featured on Newsweek’s 2020 iteration of the Best Addiction Treatment Centers list. The list was made in partnership with Statista Inc., a research firm. This is the first time Laguna Treatment Hospital has made the list. The ranking reflects Laguna’s ongoing success in providing quality care for those struggling with addiction.
Providing Quality Care for Those in Need
Newsweek’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers list was created using a variety of criteria. Among the criteria were quality of service, reputation, and accreditation relative to other treatment programs operating in a given state. Laguna received a score of 78.50% based on these criteria, and ranked number 30 (out of 55) in the state of California.
Laguna is one of the premier medical detox hospitals in Southern California. Our highly qualified staff is committed to helping patients detox in a safe setting and providing a sense of security during the sensitive early days of treatment. Laguna is also accredited by the Joint Commission.
Addiction Treatment at Laguna
If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, know that you aren’t alone. At Laguna, we understand the struggles you’re going through and want to help you reach sobriety. Our medically proven, evidence-based treatment program can help you find sobriety, regardless of where you are on your journey to recovery.
Laguna Treatment Hospital remains committed to providing critical addiction treatment, even during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In order to foster a safe and healthy environment, laguna now tests all incoming patients and patients exhibiting symptoms for the coronavirus. Don’t delay, if you or a loved one are ready for recovery, call 855-376-7079, or click to chat.
This article refers to Newsweek’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2020”.
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