Help is Available in Orange County, California

If you’re finding yourself becoming more and more anxious in the face of a constant barrage of bad news, you’re not alone. The mental toll and stress caused by this unprecedented shared experience can take a toll on those in recovery and still in active addiction to drugs or alcohol. We want you to know we’ve got your back.

Programs & Therapies

Discover all the benefits of recovery at Laguna Treatment Hospital in Orange County, CA. We offer all the programs and therapies you need to recover from addiction—from inpatient medical detox to outpatient therapy.

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Everything you need to build a new life is here at our luxurious treatment facility in beautiful Orange County, California. We strive to make you feel at home as you take the most important step in your life—the first step toward recovery.

Facility Amenities

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Laguna Treatment Hospital offers the intensive care you'd expect from a hospital-based detox combined with the comforts you want in a residential rehab facility.

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Our Promise to You

When you invest and successfully complete 90 consecutive days at an American Addiction Centers facility, we believe that you have created the most solid foundation for your long-term goals of sobriety. In the event that you experience a relapse, you are welcome back for a complimentary 30 days of our treatment*.

*Terms and conditions may apply, and results may vary.

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It’s a place that cares

When I arrived at the place, I felt like I was going to be okay… This place is dual-diagnosis so its not only drugs or alcohol but also depression or something else. I wanted to be treated… I feel really good now.

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I understand why I have a problem

Any problem that I’ve ever had, drinking was involved… They give you the tools or help the build foundation to be successful when you leave.

This place saved my life

I was sick & tired of hurting my family. I was in denial big time… Finally I’m going uphill … Its the best decision of my life.

hysically & mentally, I feel stronger.

got tired of seeing everyone smiling and being happy… asking myself “what are they so happy about?”. I want to feel that… It has changed my life. In some ways, it's saved me from me.

I don’t want to be the person I was

I have got to fix me so I don’t drink and go back to old behavior. That is what I learned here. How to fix my behavior, how to deal with life… I’m confident about going home.

Laguna Treatment Hospital Reviews

From Google reviews to Facebook reccomendations, see why people choose Laguna Treatment Hospital for life-changing care.

Google Reviews

3.6

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Mikefrom Google

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I can’t thank this place enough. It’s been an amazing experience with the best people I could ever ask for. It’s like a vacation

Timothyfrom Google

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I'm a former patient of Laguna treatment. Today I have 90 days sober. It's a good place to seek treatment safe environment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are you doing about Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

We remain vigilant about patient and staff safety, privacy and well-being. We've established steps to ensure that Laguna Treatment Hospital has protective protocols in place, our admissions process includes a screening for symptoms of Coronavirus and we continue to monitor the situation. For more information please take a look at our detailed Coronavirus notice page.

Is smoking allowed?

Yes, there are designated areas in of our facilities were you can smoke. Please be advised, however, that all cigarettes brought the the facility must be in unopened packs or cartons. Any cigarettes sent or brought by family/friends must also be unopened. Staff can discuss the rules with you in more detail at admission.

Will you treat pregnant women at your facility?

We will usually accept medically stable pregnant women; however, admission is at the discretion of facility staff.

Is transportation to treatment (from my home, the bus, or the airport) available?

We are happy to provide transportation to inpatient treatment (and sometimes outpatient treatment). Please be sure to provide all of your travel information, including arrival times, so that we can plan your transport appropriately.

Do you have programs in other languages? Do you have translators?

In order to make treatment as accessible as possible, we will offer translation services as needed. Services may be available more quickly at some facilities than others, but we will make every effort to work with anyone who is seeking treatment. We will also offer ASL translation services in some cases. Please communicate your need for translation when you call to discuss treatment.

Do you accept insurance? Do you have flexible payment options?

We know that cost can be a stressful topic for many people, and we work to take the anxiety out of payment. We accept many private insurances and also offer a variety of options to make payment a little easier for you. You can read more about our payment options here. Though we cannot accept Medicare or Medicaid, we will do everything we can to make treatment affordable for you, such as working with you on payment plans.

How does the facility handle emergencies?

Laguna takes all measures to protect the safety of all patients. Should an emergency occur, such as a natural disaster, we will relocate/evacuate patients and staff as needed and may stop all admissions temporarily. Should the patient have a medical emergency, we will reach out to the patient's emergency contact and follow all directions provided by the patient when he or she was admitted. In the case that you need to reach a loved on in an emergency situation, please feel free to call us directly at 949-627-7114 or call your loved one's phone directly (if they are not in detox and have phone access).

Can couples be admitted together?

We welcome couples into treatment; however, they will be separated into men's and women's areas and cannot share a room.

Can I leave Laguna if I decide to?

Yes, treatment is always voluntary. There are times when patients will want to leave before they complete treatment against medical advice (AMA). We will provide counseling and encouragement in recovery, but we will never force anyone to stay in our facility. If you or a loved is in in immediate danger, seek immediate help from emergency services. You can also call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the National Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration at 1-800-662-4357.