MIA employs some of St. Louis’ leading addiction treatment experts. Our diverse team functions together to provide effective treatment in St. Louis. Collectively, our team has been in the addiction field for over a century and has attended some of the most prestigious schools including Yale University, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Michigan, University of Iowa, University of Missouri and more. Staff members hold advanced degrees as well as some of the highest licenses and credentials available in the field.

We believe that the staff members we utilize are the rehab program itself. We encourage potential clients and families to sit down and get to know our staff.

Our St. Louis drug and alcohol Rehab Programs employ a diverse group of highly credentialed staff working to provide clients and families assisted recovery services. This diversity and level of quality allows MIA to deliver effective long-term care that focuses on improving the lives of individuals and families far beyond the chemical dependency.

Our assisted recovery center in St. Louis includes a team of medical, mental health, and behavioral healthcare experts. All of our medical and clinical providers hold licenses and educations allowing them to provide services independent of a treatment center. This is not commonplace.

Because of the diversity of the expertise at our assisted recovery center in St. Louis, clients are provided general medical care, medical detox, medication assisted treatment (MAT), addiction counseling, general counseling, family and couples counseling, dual-diagnosis counseling (mental health and behavioral health issues outside of substance use/abuse), and other services that enable our clients to address their overall quality of life.

MIA continually improve programs and increase access to those we serve, driven by the collaboration of the staff that form our programs. Outcomes are measured as clinical measurements and satisfaction measurements among our clients and their families. From our responsiveness to prospective clients and families and those seeking help finding treatment, to our continued care and support of current clients and their families well beyond typical treatment times, we aim to guide individuals, couples, and families to a better life than the one they had when coming to our programs. Substance use treatment, mental health, and behavioral healthcare should be welcoming, accessible, and effective. You will find this and more at our facilities.