Laguna Treatment Hospital offers a fully integrated, hospital-based detox and residential inpatient program to provide patients with a comfortable and comprehensive continuum of care from admission to discharge.
We offer evidence-based treatment approaches such as medication-assisted therapy (MAT) during the detox process and maintenance medications, such as suboxone for opioid addictions, that may continue throughout treatment and post-discharge.
Within 24 hours of admission, all patients will consult with the medical director to determine an individualized treatment regimen as well as a lead psychiatrist to better understand which therapies should be included in their treatment.
Patients will undergo blood and urine testing to identify any underlying diseases or health conditions that will need to be monitored. We also offer detox beds which feature EarlySense technology for 24-hour monitoring of patient condition.
Double rooms are standard and fully furnished with 2 double beds and a shared en-suite bathroom. Those looking for added privacy can to upgrade to single occupancy rooms which come with a queen-sized bed and private en-suite bathroom.
Single room residents enjoy upgraded linens, mini-fridge, an in-room coffee maker and a TV (for a small fee).
Dr. Little has spent more than half of his 20 years of experience in medicine focused on treating addiction. Dr. Little is a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Physicians, California Chapter of Family Medicine, the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the California Society of Addiction Medicine. Witnessing first-hand his own family's struggles with addiction, his treatment philosophy includes family members whenever possible.
For more than 10 years, Stefanie Magalong, LPCC has treated mental health conditions in various populations, nearly half that time spent among patients struggling with substance use disorders. During her career, she has treated active duty military members, service members and police officers struggling with substance use/mental health conditions. She has also worked as a methadone counselor and an outpatient therapist, facilitating groups focused on relapse prevention, developing coping skills, and living a sober life.
Centering her career around helping those with substance use disorders, Jan Bresson has been a registered nurse for 25 years. Having lost her own daughter to addiction in 2004, her passion for this work is highly personal. Her experience includes directing a residential treatment program in Arizona for addiction, PTSD, eating disorders, and anxiety, as well as co-founding a detox and addiction treatment program in Indianapolis, IN.
If patients and their family members both agree, family therapy is available. To connect with each other during treatment, family members may facilitate a Skype, telephone, or in-person meeting through their therapist. Our team can also help you find family support groups in your area such as Al-Anon or Narc-Anon.
We can work with you to plan a visit during your loved one's treatment. Your loved one's treatment team will provide you with all of the information you need to schedule your visit.
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