Michigan Opioid Treatment Access (MIOTA) Loan Repayment Program
State Department and Agencies
Physician Group; Nurse Practitioners; Physician Asisstants; Occupations Requiring an MSW; Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Workforce Development Focus
Healthcare workforce retention
Workforce Issue Addressed
Recognizing and/or rewarding healthcare professionals at their places of work; opportunity for educational reimbursement
The Michigan Opioid Treatment Access (MIOTA) Loan Repayment Program is a state medical education debt repayment program focused on incentivizing healthcare providers to begin and expand opioid treatment in Michigan. Providers in the program receive funds to repay their educational debt, in exchange for a 2-year full-time service obligation. The program is open to physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, NPs, PAs and SUD counselors.