We want YOU.

Join Meridian Behavioral Health to advance or to begin your career while helping others realize a better life. Meridian is a leading nationwide drug and alcohol addiction treatment and acute psychiatric care provider – and we’re growing! In all, the Meridian Behavioral Health network treats over 13,000 individuals annually.

People depend on our services and we depend on our people to serve them well. Meridian Behavioral Health offers many promising opportunities for the service-minded to make a difference. Meridian provides our residential patients and outpatients with a range of behavioral health, substance abuse and addiction treatment services, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT). The Meridian Behavioral Health network includes specialized programs for men, women, and the LGBTQ community.

Our network treats drug and alcohol addiction along with any co-occurring mental disorders at branded treatment centers across the country, including in our home base of the upper Midwest under the Meridian brand, at Beauterre Recovery Institute, and at New Beginnings Minnesota locations.

For all of our locations, we hire people from diverse backgrounds who are highly motivated, productive and passionate about building an exceptional workplace culture. Dedication to integrity and quality service is a must.

Grow with us!


Individual Empowerment

Competitive Compensation

Rewarding, Team Environment

Following Benefits

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-term & Long-term Disability Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Supervision (for mental health professionals)

Internship Opportunities

Meridian Behavioral Health offers clinical training and supervision for several licensing disciplines including LADCs and LICSWs. We have affiliations with a number of academic institutions as we believe internships are critical to professional education, clinical experience, in addition to being necessary for professional licensure.

If you’re completing a degree or certificate program in chemical dependency or graduate social work program would like to possibly intern, check above for openings.


Becky Bjorklund

Director of Utilization Review & Access, LADC

Becky leads our Utilization Review & Access teams. She began her career with Meridian Behavioral Health as a Chemical Health Technician (now Recovery Specialist) at Meadow Creek. A mother of three, she loves "everything outdoors."

"I truly enjoy and believe in what we do and find comfort in knowing that if we can help only one person, it is all worth it!"

Becky Bjorklund

Curtis Schneider

Recovery Specialist Lead

Curt is the lead Recovery Specialist for the men’s residential program at our Twin Town campus in St. Paul, MN. In recovery himself, after a previous career in the building trades, Curt started at Twin Town as a Recovery Specialist in August 2015.

His supervisor Katherine Luttrull says, “Like many of us, Curtis has had to overcome a lot of adversity and struggles in his past to get to where he is at today. He is an inspiration to me, my staff, and the patients of Twin Town.”

Curt has three children of varying ages, and he loves to spend time with them. From shooting hoops with his oldest son to “playing Barbies” with his little girl, he says it’s all good!

“Ever since I started at Twin Town, my supervisor, Kat, was my mentor. But all of my co-workers were great, and like Kat, they pushed me to do all I could. Once I got promoted to the RS Lead position, it felt like they all had my back. They actually gave me the opportunity, gave me a chance to prove what I could do. I took that as a blessing, that I really had the power to try my hardest at something special.”

Curtis Schneider