Midwest Institute for Addiction

4.2 (23 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
711 Old Ballas Road, Suite 203
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
3145692253 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Midwest Institute for Addiction (MIA) is an evidence-based substance abuse and dependence treatment facility located in St. Louis, Missouri. MIA provides outpatient detoxification in place of a more traditional inpatient approach to allow for maximum flexibility and comfort for those experiencing withdrawal symptoms that are clinically and medically appropriate for that level. MIA's programs provide integrative care by delivering medical, behavioral, and mental health services aimed at improving the quality of life for patients and families. MIA continually improves its program through self-assessment and ongoing compliance to accreditation standards while also adapting to increase access by improving the logistical ease and financial feasibility of its services and programs. Clients and families have unlimited access to continuing services that are in-network with most insurance plans.

Midwest Institute for Addiction Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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PJ

MIA is by far one of the best facilities I have ever been to. I have never been anywhere that has such excellent and caring staff, an amazing doctor and therapists that are so easy to talk to even if ...

CD

Working and having supported a person with an addiction I can see first hand how the programs work at MIA. As an outpatient facility they treat each person as an individual, and unique. I believe that...

Mlc

This is an awesome place! Empathetic, caring, and dedicated to the betterment of each of their patients.

R. M.

MIA does everything possible to help a patient successfully complete treatment. The staff has amazing levels of empathy and understanding, as well as extensive knowledge as counselors and behavioral h...

Tm

The best rehab and drug detox facility ever, by far. Their program is amazing b7t not to overpower the unbelievable and caring staff. I highly recomend this top notch facility to anyone who needs subs...

James

MIA worked with someone very close to me. Her recovery has been seamless and very effect. She and everyone sees a great future ahead for her with MIA's help.

Nick

What a phenomenal organization! They are true leaders in fighting this epidemic with love & compassion. Highly recommended!

T.m.

First class facility with an amazing staff. Would recomend mia to anyone

DW

Seems to be purely for money. On my first appointment, rather than being notified that the doctor was in the Virgin Islands, I was sat in front of a laptop and then told it would be an e-consultation....

Dp

I would not advise anybody to go to Midwest I went four times and I'm still getting bills even with my insurance the doctor was amazing but the counselor was terrible but it's more about the bills I a...

MP

Thank God I found this place! They not only helped my get and stay sober, they also helped me reconnect with my family and repair the relationships that were destroyed by my addiction. The staff is aw...

Hope

If you made the decision to face your problems with addiction and/or alcohol, the next step you should take is to go to Midwest Institute for Addiction. I can't say enough about M.I.A.! They support y...

Jessica

I came to MIA after my third DUI in January. I have continued treatment here since that time. The staff here has been so incredibly supportive and caring. Kendra, the secretary is always encouraging e...

Bob

strength:I was treated like I was important. My counselor took ownership in my recovery and helped me get where I am now. The medical staff were nice and helpful but most of what I did involved a team...

ODAT

This is hands down, thE best treatment center in St. Louis! The staff treats you like a person, not a "patient". They are respectful, passionate and it is obvious they genuinely care about their clien...

MB

The staff were professional. The program was fitted to my current needs (i just came out of another program and most places just wanted to throw me into a program...just because) and they worked aroun...

KH

I attended MIA for a couple months for alcohol.I stopped after a few months because it was not helping. Counselor was not professional, group meetings did not apply to me as they were mostly drug add...

M

This facility hires many inexperienced counselors and suffers from an extremely high turnover rate of its staff. You can expect frequent cancellations of meetings and events on very short notice, and ...

Anonymous

Very comfortable place to be. Very beneficial place.

Anonymous

The staff always having a positive attatude this is a great place my son had a drug problem and they helped him kick the habit i am so glad he decided to go there

Anonymous

The counselors were good. Cost alot of money

Mike

I would strongly discourage anyone from using this treatment center. Horrible 5-1/2 weeks. They counseled our 20 year old son, addicted to drugs and alcohol, to move out (of our his parents home) and...

Mm

Great staff and great program that care about their patients. From the day we walked in for a consult to the ongoing care we have been consistently treated by top notch people and professionals. It is...


Areas of Focus
Out Patient

Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Medical Detoxification

Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Key Staff Members
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    Philip F. Gogel, MD, MBA - Medical Director

    Dr. Philip Gogel acts as Medical Physician at the Midwest Institute for Addiction. As such, he is responsible for all medical issues that arise during the course of substance abuse treatment at the Institute. Dr. Gogel earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a Master of Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Doctor of Medicine from Saint Louis University School of Medicine. His post-graduate training was in General Surgery at Saint Louis University Hospitals and in Family Medicine at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis.

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    Molly Bergamini, MSW, LCSW - Executive Director