American Addiction Centers
What is American Addiction Centers?
We use research-based treatments to help patients recover from drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and mental and behavioral health issues. Under the guidance of Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, our chief medical officer, our addiction treatment and rehab programs are made up of addiction healthcare professionals including physicians, registered nurses, licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists. At AAC, we offer high staff-to-patient ratios to ensure every patient receives personal attention and care during treatment. Many of our staff are also in recovery and understand what our patients are going through.
Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
Every American Addiction Centers facility is unique, providing its own combination of proven therapies and services to meet the needs of our patients. All American Addiction Centers facilities provide some combination of the following:
Residential Treatment Program
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Standard Outpatient Rehabilitation
We’re Committed to Your Recovery
We offer different levels of care, which allows for patients to steadily progress during their length of treatment at our facility. Based on a patient’s personal growth and individual needs they can proceed through inpatient, to intensive outpatient, to standard outpatient, and finally to sober living programs during their time at AAC.
Laguna Treatment Hospital
Our Southern California Rehab Center Closest To You
Laguna Treatment Hospital, located in Southern California, provides an escape from stressful triggers and negative environments to a positive, healing, recovery-focused atmosphere. Located between Los Angeles and San Diego, the Orange County rehab center treats patients recovering from alcohol addiction, drug addiction, and co-occurring mental health disorders.
ACC is in-network with many insurance companies.
Your addiction treatment could be free depending on your policy and deductible.
Here are a few of our commonly asked questions. For more information visit our FAQ page or give us a call.