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The Landing of Newport Beach

4711 Seashore Dr, Newport Beach, California, 92663
The Landing is California’s premier chemical dependency treatment center for men, of Newport Beach is a private, 30-day program housed in a six-bed beach front home just steps away from the Pacific Ocean. Offering comprehensive services and intensive support those struggling with alcoholism, drug addiction and dual diagnosis, The Landing specializes in helping clients overcome addictions to a variety of substances. Our treatment approach combines the 12-step philosophy with group therapy, art and recreation, education, individual treatment planning and relapse prevention.

Facility Highlights

  • Professionals Program
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Substance Abuse

Specialization

  • Detox

    We have been overseeing drug and alcohol detox for more than 25 years and are dedicated to giving men the best chance at achieving long-term recovery. For this reason, we are experienced in the planning of a detoxification regimen that gives the man as much comfort as possible, thus ensuring that he has a good chance to maintain long-term sobriety. Withdrawal symptoms vary for different addictive substances, and our treatment network has facilities that are California state licensed to provide a safe and effective environment
  • Evidence Based Treatment

    We have built our treatment processes upon evidence based practices for addiction sufferers, meaning that the treatment activities have been scientifically shown to be effective by research studies in the fields of psychology, alcoholism and addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Oceanfront

Meet the Staff

  • Evan Miller, Ph.D.
    Evan Miller, Ph.D.Director
    “It is by going down into the abyss that we recover the treasures in life. Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.” - Joseph Campbell Dr. Miller specializes in the treatment of addiction from a psychodynamic perspective, taking into account the complex underlying issues in each client’s pathology. Dr. Miller has an extensive background in psychological assessment, evidence-based treatment initiatives, and applied athletic performance enhancement. His research areas include Axis-II personality disorders, archetypal theory, chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders, and depth-oriented sport psychology
  • Nathan Stump, CAS
    Nathan Stump, CASPrimary Case Manager
    Nathan Stump is the Primary Case Manager at The Landing. Nate has been working with men in recovery for over 14 years and has spent the last 8 working as a case manager. Nate came to Sober Living by the Sea in 2005 and helped many men and women as Program Manager of Sober Living by the Sea’s Intensive Outpatient Program. Nathan was promoted to being the Primary Case Manager at The Landing in 2009 , and has brought his passion and professionalism to the premier men’s facility for addiction treatment.

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This is not a high quality dual diagnosis facility. I know my son can be difficult until he feels comfortable in a new situation, but these people didn't even seem to try. ... This so-called dual diagnosis facility could not deal with my son (who tends to isolate in new situations) and they began calling me after only 5 hours to tell me he was a problem. I agreed to pick him up the next day as they clearly had a poor attitude toward him (and he them). Upon getting home today, my son had a manic/psychotic episode for the first time in months ... Need I say more?