Physician / Owner
Dr. Wang is a graduate of Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Post-Graduate training and her Family Practice Residency in Pontiac and Kalamazoo, Michigan. Dr. Wang became an Addiction Medicine specialist in 2004 and has extensive experience working in addiction and with addicts. She has served as Medical Director both in Outpatient (Methadone and Suboxone maintenance programs) and Inpatient (Detox, Residential, PHP and IOP level of care) programs. Dr. Wang believes that the most important factor in managing the opiate epidemic is to provide every addict with the ease of entering treatment. AHI Medical Addictions Clinic offers convenience to outpatient treatment in a caring and supportive environment. This, in turn, creates the foundation for healing and sobriety.
Shelly earned her nursing license in 2009. She began her profession in the geriatric field. In 2018 she began working in the addictions field at an inpatient detox center helping patients get through withdrawals comfortably. Shelly's mission is to serve her patients with respect, compassion, and dignity.
Andrew achieved a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Indiana University. He began his professional experience when he became a Loss Prevention Detective. He then proceeded to advance to corrections and served as a supervising officer at a minimum security prison. He currently works with the local youth in need at the Juvenile Justice Center. Andrew has been achieving and advancing in the addictions field over the past 5 years and now serves as an addictions group facilitator and addictions counselor. With his experience in all of the different criminal justice settings he is a unique resource for anyone with ongoing legal issues. Andrew utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy in his sessions with a focus on finding motivation and courage to be the best person you possibly can. His theory is when you have support and fellowship from peers along with the desire to be the best person you can be, anything is possible.
Madeline earned her Bachelor's from Eastern Michigan University, and is certified in SMART Recovery and ACIT. She has been working in the field of addictions for three years, in the forms of direct patient care in a withdrawal unit setting, case management, and group therapy. Madeline has taught music therapy and mindfulness classes, and believes creative artistic expression can be a great coping skill. She currently practices Harm Reduction and a non-judgmental approach to therapy in individual and group settings. Madeline's experienced in co-occurring disorders (PTSD, Bipolar 1&2, Generalized Anxiety, and Major Depressive Disorder), polysubstance abuse, and energy-focused healing techniques.
Monica obtained her Master's degree in Psychology from Ashford University in 2019 and is currently enrolled at Purdue University for a graduate certificate in Addictions Counseling. She started working in the addictions field as a case manager in an inpatient treatment center and quickly realized how much she loved helping others become their best selves. She believes that there is no “ONE” answer that fits all. She will meet you on your path and work with you to find a way back to a healthier and happier lifestyle. "When thinking about life remember this: no amount of guilt can change the past and no amount of anxiety can change the future." --Unknown
Kim began working in the addiction recovery field in 2016 and quickly gained an interest in the clinical aspect of addiction, including facilitating groups and providing client-based services within a residential treatment setting. Her passion for addiction recovery and patient advocacy encouraged her to become ACIT certified, and a certified SMART Recovery facilitator. Kim believes active listening and keeping a non-judgmental open mind helps cultivate positive communication and mindfulness, and helps us positively look forward to getting out of bed every morning.