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Hathaway Recovery

1042 East Belmont Abbey Ln, Claremont, California, 91711
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Hathaway Recovery Center’s overall goal for each patient, is a foundation in life lasting recovery, and the development and engagement in an independent and constructive drug free lifestyle, without using substances or alcohol. It is essential that patients are offered a therapeutic environment based upon our belief that all people with substance abuse and other addictive disorders should be treated with dignity and respect. Positive behavior and healthy decision-making are encouraged and modeled, further enhancing the therapeutic process and facilitating the desired outcome. Our professional staff has years of experience in the field of addiction and are up to date with current and trending clinical modalities and training. Hathaway Recovery Center’s facilities have developed a balanced therapeutic program utilizing traditional and holistic evidence-based treatments including strong rehabilitative components. To be effective, treatment must address the individual’s drug and alcohol abuse and any associated medical, psychological, social, family, vocational, and legal problems. It is also important that treatment be appropriate to the individual’s age, gender, ethnicity, culture, and other demographic qualities. In summary, Hathaway Recovery believes that embracing the values of teamwork, compassion, gratitude, joyful dedication, and integrity most effectively supports and encourages individuals to take responsibility for their own recovery and well being. Our goal is to provide the highest quality treatment for substance abuse and mental health which includes full services for detoxification, psychotherapy, counseling, drug education family therapy living support and lifestyle, and treatment in a setting that is safe and comfortable so that symptoms occurring in the brain and body after substance abuse can be addressed in a dignified manner.

Facility Highlights

  • Fully Licensed & Accredited
  • Luxury Environment & Accommodations
  • Most Private Insurances Accepted
  • Highly Licensed Clinical Staff
  • Aftercare For All Program Graduates

Specialization

  • Detoxification
    The first step of any effective addiction treatment program involves detoxification. The purpose of medical detox is to enable an individual to safely withdraw from a substance while minimizing discomfort. As the person rids their body of the substance, the chemical dependency is broken. Hathaway Recovery offers Medication Assisted Detoxification for all substances.
  • Residential Treatment
    Our residential treatment recognizes the fact that although many will come in with the same drug use, that is no two identical cases of drug addiction being the same. We treat each case of addiction through personalized care of methods that seeks to improve the recovery of dependence on an individual basis. Our facility tailors to the needs on an individual basis to ensure the most appropriate treatment plan is adhered to and carried out. We ensure the utmost quality of treatment is provided with only you in mind. Our fully residential rehabilitation center offers not only all accommodations including, Private Rooms, Nutritional Meals, Indoor Gym, Individualized Therapy, Family Therapy, Group & Individual Counseling and more, but we also offer a full-time top-of-the-line medical staff to meet your needs.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded
  • Residential Neighborhood
  • Mountains
  • Luxury
  • Executive
  • Ultra-Luxury
  • Resort

Meet the Staff

  • Michael Anthony Sequeira, MD, FACEP
    Michael Anthony Sequeira, MD, FACEPMedical Director
    EDUCATION 1981 - 1982 Chief Resident, EMERGENCY MEDICINE University of Oregon Health Sciences Center Portland, Oregon 1980 - 1982 Resident, EMERGENCY MEDICINE (completed) University of Oregon Health Sciences Center Portland, Oregon 1978 - 1980 Resident, INTERNAL MEDICINE (completed) University of Oregon Health Sciences Center Portland, Oregon 1977 - 1978 Intern, STRAIGHT MEDICINE University of California, Davis Sacramento, California 1973 - 1978 MEDICAL DOCTORATE University of California, San Diego School of Medicine La Jolla, California 1969 - 1973 BACHELOR OF ARTS (ZOOLOGY) Summa Cum Laude Pomona College Claremont, California CERTIFICATION 1985 Fellow, American College of EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS Status granted September, 1985 1983 Diplomate, American Board of EMERGENCY MEDICINE Board Certified November, 1983 1980 Diplomate, American Board of INTERNAL MEDICINE Board Certified November, 1980 1978 Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners Board Certified 1978 LICENSURE 1988 California License Number G064724 1984 Course Director Advanced Cardiac Life Support 1982 Instructor and Provider Advanced Cardiac Life Support 1989 Provider Advanced Trauma Life Support 1987 Base Station Physician Sponsored by OR ACEP and Cal ACEP SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER EXPERIENCE 2019-Present Director, MAT Bridge Program (Buprenorphine) California Bridge Program Providence St. Mary’s Medical Center Apple Valley, CA 2017 Steering Committee Co-Director Inland Empire Opioid Crisis Coalition California Opioid Safety Coalition 2018 – Present Chairman, Education and Engagement Committee Inland Empire Opioid Crisis Coalition California Opioid Safety Coalition 2019 – Present X-Waiver DEA training and Certification 2020 – Present Board of Directors California Youth Opioid Response Project San Bernardino County 2018 Senior Editor and Coordinator Vituity Medical Group Pain and Opioid Whitepaper Vituity Medical Group Emeryville, CA CLINICAL WORK EXPERIENCE 2005-Present St. Joseph Health/St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine Apple Valley, California 1998 – 2012 Emergency Physician Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Colton, California 2003 –2016 Regional Director Department of Emergency Medicine St. Mary Medical Center Apple Valley, California 1990 - 1999 Director Department of EM Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 1990 – present Emergency Physician Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 2006 –2012 Del E. Webb Memorial Hospital Surprise, Arizona 2006 –2012 Walter O. Boswell Memorial Hospital Sun City, Arizona 2001 – 2010 Emergency Physician Desert Regional Medical Center Palm Springs, CA 1997 – 2014 Emergency Physician Corona Regional Medical Center Corona, California 1995 – 2016 Emergency Physician Inland Valley Regional Medical Center Wildomar, California 1994 - 2010 Emergency Physician San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Banning, California 1991 - 2010 Emergency Physician St. Bernardine Medical Center San Bernardino, California 1987 - 1990 Medical Director Department of Emergency Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon 1984 - 1987 Associate Director Department of Emergency Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon 1986 - 1990 Instructor Division of Emergency Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1982 - 1990 Emergency Physician Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon VITUITY MEDICAL GROUP 2014 Present National Director of Quality, Risk Vituity Medical Group 2014-2017 Member Board of Directors Vituity Medical Group 2011- Present Chairman Risk Advisory Committee 2009-2014 Innovation Committee 2006 – 2012 Regional Director Arizona Emergency Physicians California Emergency Physicians 1994 - Present Regional Director Inland Empire 1993 -1996 Chairman Quality Management Committee 1992 -1996 Quality Improvement/Risk Management Committee 1992 - 1995 Managed Care Task Force PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1990 - Present San Bernardino County Medical Society President, 2016-2017 1990 - Present California Medical Association Board of Trustees, 2008-2013 1982 - 2010 American College of Emergency Physicians 1982 - 1985 American College of Physicians 1984 - 1990 American Medical Association ADDITIONAL POSITIONS 1990 -1999 Director Paramedic Training Institute Crafton Hills College 1988 - 1990 President American College of Emergency Physicians Oregon Chapter 1983 - 1987 Secretary American College of Emergency Physicians Oregon Chapter 1985 - 1990 Board of Directors American College of Emergency Physicians Oregon Chapter 1983 - 1990 Medical Director Oregon Board of Medical Examiners Paramedic Examination Division 1984 - 1990 Director Advanced Cardiac Life Support Programs Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1984 - 1990 Disaster Control Officer Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1984 - 1990 Coordinator Nuclear Disaster Drills Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1982 - 1990 Attending Physicians Medical Intensive Care Unit Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1983 - 1985 Editor EPIC Newsletter Oregon College of Emergency Physicians HONORS 2004 Master Clinician Award California Emergency Physicians Oakland, California 2003 Distinguished Service Award California Emergency Physicians Oakland, California 1993 Distinguished Service Award California Emergency Physicians Oakland, California 1987 Teacher of the Year Awarded by the Medicine Housestaff Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon 1984 Teacher of the Year Awarded by the Medicine Housestaff Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon 1981 Chief Resident Emergency Residency University of Oregon Health Sciences Center Portland, Oregon 1977 Overall Standing Top 5% of Medicine Class University of California, San Diego School of Medicine La Jolla, California 1977 Recipient, Letter of Commendation Chief of Medicine UCSD School of Medicine 1973 SUMMA CUM LAUDE (Overall GPA 3.99/4.00) Pomona College Claremont, California 1973 PHI BETA KAPPA Pomona College Claremont, California 1973 Mary K. Seaver Award to Top Graduating Major in Zoology Pomona College Claremont, California 1970 Arvid Pierre Zetterberg Award to Top Scholar-Athlete Pomona College Claremont, California ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2016- Present Emergency Medicine Core Content Director University of California, Riverside School of Medicine Riverside, California 2011-Present Clinical Faculty for PBL program University of California, Riverside, School of Medicine Riverside, California 2005 - Present Clinical Faculty, Emergency Medicine Residency Western University of Health Sciences Pomona, California 2012 – Present Faculty Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Fellowship Western University Health Sciences Pomona, California 1999 – Present Clinical Faculty Western University of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program Pomona, California 1998-Present Instructor and Lecturer Leadership Program CEP America Medical Group Emeryville, California 2008-Present Instructor in LEAN and Emergency Department Flow California Emergency Physicians Emeryville, California 2012-Present Director of Risk Education CEP America Medical Group Emeryville, California 2013-Present Course Director High Risk Emergency Medicine Conference CEP America Medical Group Emeryville, California 1992-2009 Course Director and Instructor Advanced Cardiac Life Support American Heart Association Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 1991-1997 Medical Director Paramedic Training Program Crafton Hills College Yucaipa, California 1986 - 1993 Instructor Division of Emergency Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1982 - 1990 Clinical and didactic instruction of Internal Medicine Residents in Emergency Medicine, Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1985-1989 Course Director Oregon Winter Symposium for Emergency Medicine Bend, Oregon 1984 - Present Course Director and deliver at least two lectures and stations of 2-4 ACLS Courses per year for Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Medicine Housestaff, Medical Staff and Nursing Staff as well as for the Paramedics at CARE/TVA and AA Ambulance companies. This has continued for the Medical, Nursing and ancillary staff at Redlands Community Hospital and for the Paramedics of Redlands Fire Department and Lifecare Ambulance Company. 1990 - Present Instructor and lecturer for the Paramedic Training Program Crafton Hills Community College Yucaipa, California 1982 - 1990 Clinical and didactic instruction of Emergency Department Nursing Staff, Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center and Redlands Community Hospital 1990 - 1998 Clinical supervision and didactic instruction to Paramedics of Redlands Fire Department and Lifecare ambulance Company 1982 - 1990 Attending Physician in Critical Care Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1981 - 1983 Clinical Instructor in Physical Diagnosis for Second-year Medical Students, University of Oregon Health Sciences Center 1981 - 1982 Clinical and didactic instruction in Emergency Medicine to Residents, Interns, and Medical Students University of Oregon Health Sciences Center COMMITTEES NATIONAL COMMITTEES 1987 - 1990 Chapter Advisory Panel American College of Emergency Physicians Dallas, Texas (Headquarters) 1988 - 1990 Chapter Grant Program Selection Committee American College of Emergency Physicians Dallas, Texas (Headquarters) 1984 - 1986 Legislative Committee Emergency Medicine Management Association STATE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEES 2019-Present Principal Investigator California Bridge MAT program St Joseph Health/St. Mary’s Medical Center 2017-Present Co-Chairman Inland Empire Opioid Crisis Coalition 2017-Present Chair, Education and Engagement Committee Inland Empire Opioid Crisis Coalition 2015-Present President, San Bernardino County Medical Society 2012-2014 Executive Committee: President-elect San Bernardino County Medical Society 2009-Present Board of Directors San Bernardino County Medical Society 2002-Present Delegate, Region X California Medical Association 2008-2015 Board of Trustees California Medical Association 2008-2015 Nominating Committee California Medical Association 1995 - 2002 Board of Directors San Bernardino County Medical Society 1994 - Present Emergency Medical Services Committee San Bernardino County Medical Society 1991 - 1993 Emergency Medicine Care Committee San Bernardino County 1990 - 1990 Chairman Oregon State EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Committee Oregon State Health Division 1983 - 1990 Chairman Multnomah County EMT Protocol Subcommittee EMS Medical Advisory Board Multnomah County, Oregon 1985 - 1989 Chairman Reimbursement Committee American College of Emergency Physicians Oregon Chapter 1990 - 1990 Quality Assurance Review Task Force Emergency Medical Services Multnomah County, Oregon 1983 - 1988 Chairman Emergency Cardiac Committee Oregon Heart Association 1985 - 1988 Quality Assurance/Utilization Review Committee Northwest Health Physicians Incorporated Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1985 Area Trauma Advisory Board State of Oregon 1985 - 1986 Emergency Medical Services Committee Multnomah County Medical Society 1984 - 1990 Professional Education Reference committee Oregon Heart Association HOSPITAL COMMITTEES Redlands Community Hospital 1992 - 2012 Chairman Quality Steering Council Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 1990 - 2012 Executive Committee Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 1990 - 2006 Chairman Emergency Department Committee Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California 1990 - 1996 Disaster Committee Redlands Community Hospital 1990 - 1996 Critical Care Committee Redlands Community Hospital Redlands, California EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEMS (EMS) RESPONSIBILITIES 1990 -1999 Medical Director Paramedic Training Program Crafton Hills College Yucaipa, California 1990 -1999 Director Paramedic Base Station Redlands Community Hospital Inland County Emergency Medical Association 1990 - 1990 Chairman EMS Committee Oregon State Health Division 1983 - 1990 Medical Director Oregon Board of Medical Examiners Paramedic Division 1986 - 1990 Supervising Physician AA Ambulance company Portland, Oregon 1984 - 1990 Supervising Physician Care Ambulance Company Portland, Oregon 1982 - 1990 Supervising Physician Tualatin Valley Ambulance Company Portland, Oregon 1986 - 1990 Base Station Physician Medical Resource Hospital Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital Multnomah County, Oregon 1982 - 1990 Director Prehospital Care Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center 1985 - 1990 Emergency Medical Services Committee Multnomah County Medical Society 1985 - 1990 Supervising Physician EMT Advisory Committee Portland Community Colleges 1983 - 1990 Physician Supervisor EMT I and EMT II Training Courses Portland Community College 1983 - 1990 Physician Consultant Paramedic Training Institute Portland, Oregon PUBLICATIONS White, JC and Sequeira, M: The prevalence of Thiamine Deficiency in patients presenting to the Emergency Department with altered mental status. In progress. Sequeira, M: Evaluation of syncope and dizziness in the elderly patient. In Schwartz G. Bosker G, Grigsby JW, editors. Geriatric Emergencies. Robert J. Brady Co., 1984. Bosker G, Sequeira M, Venna N: Resolving the diagnostic dilemma of dizziness and syncope in the elderly patient. Emergency Medicine Reports: 7(23): 10 November 1986. Sequeira M and Bosker G: The 60-second EMT. C.V. Mosby Inc., St. Louis, 1987. Bosker, G, Sequeira M, Jones J: Assessment and triage of elderly patients with Acute Coronary Ischemia. Emergency Medicine Reports. 9(4): 15 February 1988. Sequeira MA: Sudden Death and Cerebral Resuscitation in the elderly. In Bosker G, Schwartz G, editors: Geriatric Emergency Medicine. C.V. Mosby Inc, St. Louis. 1990 Sequeira MA: Syncope and dizziness in the elderly patient. In Bosker G, Schwartz G, editors: Geriatric Emergency Medicine. C.V. Mosby Inc., St. Louis. 1990. Sequeira MA: Myocardial Infarction in the elderly patient. In Bosker G, Schwartz G, editors: Geriatric Emergency Medicine. C.V. Mosby Inc., St. Louis. 1990. Bosker G, Schwartz G, editors: Sequeira MA, Jones J, associate editors: Geriatric Emergency Medicine. C.V. Mosby Inc., St. Louis. 1990.

Rehabs 360 Guide

ABOUT HATHAWAY RECOVERY

Located in the community of Claremont, California, Hathaway Recovery offers a full continuum of treatment programs for adult men and women struggling with chemical dependency, as well as any co-occurring mental health disorders. The rehab center near Los Angeles offers a residential program, a partial hospitalization program (PHP), an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and standard outpatient services.

If necessary, the Californian treatment center also offers on-site medical detoxification services to minimize the discomfort of withdrawal, placing it among the 18.2% of California treatment facilities, in a non-hospital setting, to provide detox.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Upon admission, clients participate in an initial substance abuse and mental health assessment to help clinicians form a highly individualized treatment program. In fact, clients are expected to help create their own comprehensive treatment plan within four days of residential care.

Hathaway Recovery utilizes a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), to help clients identify the link between irrational thinking and destructive behavior. During residential treatment, clients also participate in group and one-on-one counseling sessions, and loved one are encouraged to participate in monthly Family Day programs and either in-person or virtual counseling sessions. Couples therapy is also available as applicable.

In addition, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) may supplement core programming to help minimize alcohol and/or opioid cravings. Along with these traditional programming measures, clients also participate in a number of alternative therapies, such as recreational, art, and adventure therapies, as well as mindfulness and stress management practices.

The facility's intensive outpatient program (IOP) involves attending three or four treatment sessions per week, while the rehab facility's partial hospitalization program (PHP) offers clients the daily structure of inpatient care while residing at home. Outpatient-based programs include individual, group, and family counseling sessions, as well as similar holistic approaches offered in residential care.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Hathaway Recovery's treatment team includes medical doctors, which are supported by a team of chemical dependency counselors and therapists. The facility is accredited by the Joint Commission and an approved member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. In California, 18.8% of treatment facilities are accredited by the Joint Commission.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

The Claremont treatment facility is located within 30 minutes of L.A., offering clients a home-like, non-clinical atmosphere. The facility offers residents an on-site gym, pool and patio, game room, well-appointed communal areas, as well as spa-inspired bathrooms. A full-time chef also prepares healthy meals for clients.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Third-party review sites revealed unanimous praise for Hathaway Recovery. On Google reviews, 39 individuals all gave the rehab facility a perfect five-star rating.[1] Alumni cited the compassionate counselors and the efficacy of the program as strengths. "Hathaway Recovery Center is the real deal. They helped me find myself, when I was completely lost. After I lost the mother of my child due to a tragic accident. The therapist/counselors truly cared," said Jimmie R.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

On Google reviews, loved ones were similarly grateful for their family's outcomes and acutely appreciative of the facility's staff. "They are so loving and genuinely caring for their patients. So far we have seen a great improvement and found out why certain things came to pass," explained Wendy, who helped admit her daughter's friend.

FINANCING

According to its website, Hathaway Recovery accepts numerous private insurance policies, including plans from Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, and Multiplan. Tricare is also accepted, placing the facility among the 16.2% of Californian facilities to accept a federal military insurance. The facility suggests contacting them directly to verify coverage.

[1] GoogleReviews

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