Willoughby

MastHead Outline
Call now to schedule an assessment:
440.336.8465

Hours of Operation

Mon-Thurs: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm


Fri: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm


Sat: By Appointment Only


Holidays: Closed

About AppleGate Recovery

in Willoughby, Ohio

 

  • Our Team Works with your Schedule
    Convenient appointments throughout the day
  • 95 Percent Patient Satisfaction Rating
    And, success rates 2x higher than the national average
  • A Treatment Team That Actually Cares
    Address relapses triggers and life stressors with a team of clinical experts.
  • In-network with most Insurances

 

Call to Verify InsuranceArrow Right

Outpatient Opioid Addiction Treatment in Willoughby, Ohio

If you’re suffering under the grip of opioid addiction, you aren’t alone. The opioid epidemic has devastated the lives of millions of people across the United States — as well as their friends and families. That’s why AppleGate Recovery is here — to provide hope and healing using proven, medication-assisted treatment solutions.

Our treatment facility in Willoughby is state-certified and has experienced professionals ready to help people struggling with opioid addiction. They’re keenly focused on providing individuals with the most convenient and comfortable care setting possible, which is why we offer a range of personalized outpatient services that will allow you to get your life back while continuing to live it.

Our Medication-Assisted Addiction Treatment Services in Willoughby, Ohio

As a medication-assisted treatment center, AppleGate Recovery in Ohio specializes in finding the right medication to meet your needs as you recover. These medications can reduce your opioid cravings, soothe your physical withdrawal symptoms and increase your safety in the event of an overdose. They include:

  • Buprenorphine: While buprenorphine is an opioid itself, it doesn’t cause euphoric feelings like heroin or oxycodone. Instead, it latches onto the brain’s opioid receptors and activates them to a lesser degree, so you won’t feel cravings or withdrawal symptoms as intensely as you might otherwise.
  • Suboxone: Suboxone combines buprenorphine with naloxone to block the brain’s opioid receptors altogether — an excellent choice for anyone who feels like they might be tempted to misuse their opioid addiction medication. If someone tries to misuse Suboxone, they’ll feel instant, unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

Other medication options for patients who would benefit from the buprenorphine/naloxone combination product include Zubsolv and Bunavail.

Just as medicine is a vital tool in treating your body, ongoing support services are essential for healing your mind from the effects of opioid addiction. We offer a wide range of confidential, patient-centered outpatient counseling services, including:

  • Individual counseling: Using proven therapeutic techniques in substance use counseling, your counselor will teach you how to prevent relapses, deal with underlying triggers and create ongoing recovery goals.
  • Group counseling: Individuals who are addicted to opioids can come together at our Willoughby center for group counseling services. Here, you can discuss your addiction with others who can empathize with you and hold you accountable in your recovery.

Why Choose AppleGate Recovery for Outpatient Opioid Addiction Treatment?

Finding a partner you can trust is one of the first steps in addiction recovery — but it can also be one of the hardest if you don’t know where to turn. That’s why we encourage you to get to know us and the benefits we offer before choosing our outpatient recovery center. When you become a client at AppleGate Recovery, you’ll receive:

  • A compassionate, non-judgmental approach: We know you’re more than your diagnosis. Our experts will treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve throughout your treatment program. In addition, whatever you tell us will remain completely confidential, so you can focus on your recovery with confidence.
  • Comprehensive treatment options: Treating the body, mind and spirit are all essential aspects of any recovery plan. That’s why we’ve designed the AppleGate Recovery model to address your physical addiction, the underlying emotional roots and ongoing healing in all aspects of your life.
  • Individualized solutions: Just because one medication dose or counseling service works for one person doesn’t mean it will work for you. We’ll take the time to get to know you, your story and your preferences so that we can find a treatment plan you feel positive about.

Contact Us to Learn More About Our Addiction Treatment Center in Willoughby, Ohio

The decision to seek help for opioid addiction is a difficult one, but it’s also incredibly rewarding. If you’re ready to discover the freedom sobriety can bring, turn to the team at AppleGate Recovery in Ohio for your medication-assisted treatment. Reach out to us by calling 440.336.8465 or stopping by our Willoughby location to schedule your appointment. You can also fill out the online form below to request more information.

Get Help Today
Arrow Right

Payment Options

  • Cash
  • Money Order
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card: American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa

 

Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna Commercial
  • Aetna Medicare Advantage
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Buckeye Health Plan
  • CareSource Medicaid
  • CareSource Medicare Advantage
  • Cigna Commercial
  • Molina Healthcare of OH
  • Optum Commercial
  • Optum VA Community Care
  • Paramount
  • Traditional Medicare
  • Traditional Medicaid
  • United Healthcare Community Plan
  • WellCare

FAQ's

Your first step toward recovery is to meet our team of medical professionals and set up your intake appointment.
Our goal is to get you in within 24-hours of your phone call. Most times, we can service you the same day, depending on the time you call.
Treatment that includes medication is often the best choice for opioid addiction. If a person is addicted, medication allows him or her to regain a normal state of mind, free of drug-induced highs and lows. It frees the person from thinking all the time about the drug, reduces problems of withdrawal and helps people manage their addiction so that the benefits of recovery can be maintained.
It’s just like treatment for any other disease. Some people with substance use disorder will need months of treatment, and some need more. The FDA recommends the need for continuing MAT should be re‐evaluated periodically. There is no maximum recommended duration of maintenance treatment, and for some patients, treatment may continue indefinitely.
Medication alone is not sufficient. It’s intended as a whole-patient approach for those with substance use disorder. They can be on medication, but they also go to meetings and get involved with other recovery activities. There are many aspects to recovery so that people can rebuild their lives and thrive.
Your health information is kept private, unless there is a signed consent to release records. Your privacy, along with creating a judgement free environment, are extremely important to us.

Our Medical Providers

Nneka Mgbudem

Nurse Practitioner

Emilie Wyszynski

Licensed Professional Counselor

Other Locations Nearby

Elyria

AppleGate Recovery Elyria

833 E Broad St, Unit-1

Elyria, OH

More InfoArrow Right