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Ann Koetting, LPC, NCCClinical Director Synergy Executive
Ann Koetting is the Clinical Director at Synergy Executive. She provides individual, family, and group therapy, and is available for EMDR and trauma counseling. Ann has an undergraduate degree in Marketing and a Master’s degree in Counseling both from Missouri State University. Ann has worked in the field of addictions since 2007 as both a counselor and the Clinical Advisor at Alternative Opportunities Treatment Services. Ann worked at Missouri State University as an Adjunct Professor in the Counseling Department for 5 years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Nationally Certified Counselor, and is EMDR certified.Show Bio
Kevin O'Grady, MS, CRADCClinical Director Midwest Recovery Centers
Kevin has been involved in the field of drug and alcohol counseling for over 10 years. Growing up in Georgia, addiction was prevalent in his own household. After his own battle with drugs and alcohol as a young man, he found a natural passion to help others find a way to break away from the misery of drugs and alcohol dependence. This passion prompted Kevin to begin a career studying and understanding the various techniques in which to approach and treat patients with drug dependence. Through his many opportunities working in health care, Kevin has developed the understanding that addiction is a disease that needs to be treated with time, care, and understanding. As a member of long-term recovery himself, Kevin is able to promote the values of honesty and integrity in his daily practice.Show Bio
Percy Menzies, M. PharmPresident The Assisted Recovery Centers of America (ARCA)
Mr. Menzies is the President of ARCA Midwest, and an internationally renowned innovator in the addiction treatment community for developing pharmacological treatments for drug addiction and alcoholism. For the past 13 years, Percy has worked closely with various drug agencies and courts to promote, train and evaluate the effectiveness of pharmacological treatments of drug and alcohol addictions. Percy is a Board Member of the American Council on Alcoholism (ACA), and is presently the acting President over Assisted Recovery Centers of America’s inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.Show Bio
- Missouri ranks 6th in treatment centers servicing/accepting computerized substance abuse treatment per 100,000 residents. Montana is ranked one spot worse at spot 7. Maine is ranked one spot better at spot 5.
- When adjusted for population, Missouri ranks 15th in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers. Michigan is ranked one spot worse at spot 16. Hawaii is ranked slightly better, ranked 14.
- For matrix model clients, Missouri ranks 16th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Colorado is just 1 spot worse, ranked 17 out of the United States. Oregon is just 1 spot better, ranked 15 out of the United States.
- Missouri is 21st among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting DUI/SWI clients. Wisconsin is just 1 spot worse, ranked 22 out of the United States. One spot better is New Jersey, ranked 20 in the U.S.
- Missouri ranks 21st in treatment centers servicing/accepting no payment accepted per 100,000 residents. The US National Average is ranked slightly worse, ranked 22. Colorado is just 1 spot better, ranked 20 out of the United States.
Many individuals use drugs or alcohol to mask their problems, numb emotional pain or even cope with the symptoms of mental illness. Working up the courage to call an addiction treatment provider can be tough, but once you’ve found the right program, you’ll have lots of support in your search for sobriety.
According to the Missouri Department of Mental Health, rates of drug dependence and alcoholism in Missouri in the 18-to-25 age group were slightly higher than the US average in 2007 to 2008. Unfortunately, the percentage of Missourians who needed treatment but didn’t receive it is also higher than the national average. While 18.37 percent of people in Missouri who responded to the survey reported a dependence on drugs or alcohol, 23.03 percent reported that they needed rehab but didn’t receive specialized treatment. Getting into the right rehab program could mean the difference between whether or not you finish your treatment plan and go on to aftercare.
Finding a Missouri Addiction Treatment Center
Nicknamed the “Show Me State,” Missouri has always been known for its practical, no-nonsense attitude. When you’re searching for a Missouri drug rehab center, it’s important to explore your options carefully before you make a decision.
- The length of treatment you need (the National Institute on Drug Abuse states that a rehab program of 90 days results in better outcomes than traditional 30-day plans)
- Whether you need inpatient or outpatient care
- Whether you could benefit from a gender-specific program for men or women
- Whether you have a co-occurring disorder, such as bipolar disorder, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, that requires simultaneous treatment
- How much you can afford to pay for treatment, and whether you have insurance or other financial means to cover the cost
Your choice of a rehab program shouldn’t be based entirely on your income, but financing your recovery is one of the realities of getting sober. The Department of Mental Health supports a complete array of affordable nonprofit recovery services, from community-based outpatient programs to intensive inpatient care. Families are encouraged to participate through group counseling sessions, and aftercare is provided to give you the best shot at long-term recovery.
Substance abuse can cause a wide range of health problems, from liver and kidney damage to cognitive dysfunction, respiratory illness and sexually transmitted diseases. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services provides data on the prevalence of diseases in the state that are related to substance abuse:
- New cases of HIV related to IV drug use in 2010: 19
- Acute cases of hepatitis B in 2010: 67
- Acute cases of hepatitis C in 2010: 6
- New cases of tuberculosis disease in 2010: 107
*Health Risks of Substance Abuse: Statistics From Missouri
How to Prepare for Drug Rehab
The first phase of preparing for drug rehab is the admissions process. During your admission, you’ll be evaluated to determine which treatment strategies will be most effective for you. Your identification and source of funding will be verified, and your medical history will be thoroughly checked. Most rehab facilities have certain restrictions about what you can or can’t bring to a treatment center.
- Any substances containing alcohol, including certain mouthwashes or cosmetic products
- Cigarette lighters or other smoking paraphernalia
- Clothing that advertises alcohol or tobacco products or that makes positive statements about drugs
- Sample medications
- Herbal supplements
- Large quantities of cash
- Pornographic materials