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Hoag Addiction Treatment - Newport Beach

1 Hoag Drive, Newport Beach, California, 92663
Hoag Neurosciences Institute’s Chemical Dependency Recovery Center provides evidence-based inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment services to chemically-dependent individuals struggling with substance abuse. Clients are offered medically-supervised detoxification as needed, as well as onsite 12-Step services, individual and group therapy, family programming, and more. Programs are specially tailored to suit the needs of working professionals, young adults, chronic pain patients, and those suffering from concurrent mental health and substance abuse issues.

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  • Working Professionals

    We understand the importance your career holds for you, your family and your community; and we appreciate the challenges of demanding schedules. That’s why Hoag CDRC is committed to providing patients with a personalized evidence-based treatment program that is most suitable to meeting each patient’s unique needs.
  • Young Adults

    Men and women ages 18-25 face challenges that are unique to young adult life, often involving important decisions about the future. That’s why treatment for young adult patients at Hoag CDRC is not only focused on successful addiction recovery, but also on the development of important skills necessary for independent, productive and sober living. As in all of Hoag’s specialized programs, the Young Adult Program emphasizes family recovery. Family participation is essential throughout treatment and throughout ongoing recovery management.

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  • Mozhgan Ashtari, M.D.
    Mozhgan Ashtari, M.D.Hoag Medical Group Internal Medicine
    Dr. Ashtari began her career in medicine in 1997 as an emergency room physician. Since then, she has gained extensive experience as a general practitioner, clinical research coordinator and hospitalist at hospitals in Iran, Florida, New Jersey and California. Dr. Ashtari completed her residency in internal medicine at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, N.Y., where she also was a fellow in Geriatrics at Flushing Hospital Medical Center.
  • Kambiz Karimi, M.D., F.A.C.P.
    Kambiz Karimi, M.D., F.A.C.P.Hoag Medical Group Internal Medicine & Addiction Medicine
    A native of Iran who knew he wanted to be a doctor since he was 5 years old, Dr. Karimi has been practicing medicine for nearly 28 years in the Midwest. He earned his medical degree and completed his residency at the Indiana School of Medicine. Dr. Karimi comes to Hoag from Howard Regional Hospital in Kokomo, Ind. For a period of more than 10 years, Dr. Karimi served as the Indianapolis Colts Team Medical Consultant and earned one Super Bowl ring and one AFC Championship ring.

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I went through the program and had all the help I needed and then some. Staff and therapists were caring and attentive. I am sober and enjoying life now. 5 star treatment!
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It was a horrible experience going through detox from prescribed Ativan at Hoag Hospital for a number of reasons. First the treating physicians were DOs not MDs, which explains treatment errors. My Hoag inpatient treating physican was difficult to contact, the neurolist that examined me turned out not to be a neirologist per the Hoag website, I witnessed a nurse) scream at patients for no apparent reason to the point they sobbed, some nurses were constantly on internet or texting which caused patients to seek help from other patients nurses for help, I personally was given incorrect high doses of medications that was caught by next shift nurse. The main support group is the other parients, since most physicians and nurses just see patients as a number. A number of patients made complaints while going through treatment but they went on def ears. Upon leaving my primary care physician helped me redo the tapering off Ativan because my body was in shock from being taken off incorrectly.
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treats his employees horribly. They take money from their clients and do not provide the services they promote.
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Staff, location, protocols...No true follow up. The program is comprehensive and much of the staff are in recovery.
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I was shocked and chagrined tonight when I attended the continuing care program for families affected by someone with an addiction problem. One of the most difficult things to deal with is the many people who are trying to cope with this problem in their families. A woman who came late to the meeting was escorted out by security for being late when she had had a heart attack a week earlier. The person who was enforcing the time showed no compassion or understanding of the problems that the woman had and actually pulled her out of the meeting for being 15 minutes late - such unkind ndness and heartlessness is at odds with the doctors who actually mediate the session. I hope she gets help and am deeply concerned that Hoag considers whom they allow to have this level of administrative control without compassion in how they treat family members who have already gone through so much.