About Mirus

Our Addiction Services Team Mirus North York Addiction Services is a division of the world renowned Mirus Inpatient Treatment Facility in North York. Since 1994, thousands of individuals and their families have successfully completed alcohol and drug rehab at Mirus and have gone on to live healthy, productive lives in recovery.

The knowledgeable and dedicated staff at Mirus North York Addiction Services work closely with the multi-disciplinary team at Mirus in North York. Having full support from a highly skilled and experienced addiction treatment team ensures the best plan of action is developed for each individual.

Whether it’s Inpatient or Outpatient addiction treatment you are seeking, ongoing collaboration with the clinical, medical, psychiatric and administrative team at Mirus gives individuals the very best chance at long-term, sustainable recovery.


Looking For Help?


Do you or someone you know have a problem with drug addiction or alcohol addiction? Is your drinking or drug use affecting your job, finances, or relationships with others? If so, we can help. Contact our treatment center today for a confidential consultation.

(647) 977-9046

Meet the North York Team:

Patrick Zierten, EMBA, MA
Program Director
Patrick has been working with individuals and families struggling with substance misuse for over 12 years. During that time he was a counselor, Program Manager and Executive Director for a number of treatment and rehab facilities.
He brings his personal experience and a wealth of addiction recovery knowledge to this office. He prides himself in remaining open minded and aware of all the latest addiction related research. If you have a question…he will have or find the answer.
He is a passionate speaker and has spoken at a number of conferences, rehab centers and community information workshops. He is the author and presenter of papers on "Addiction; a Spiritual Malady" and "Addiction Treatment in the Geriatric Community".
Amy Allison, MA, CCC
Clinical Manager
Amy is a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) and earned her master's degree in Addiction Counselling from Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies in Center City, Minnesota. She has several years of experience as a counselor in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She is passionate about helping those suffering from addiction to connect with their inner selves and recover from the debilitating effects of active addiction. Amy utilizes mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques  to help people honor their emotions and understand the connection between their thoughts, feelings and behaviors in order to create a fulfilling life for themselves.