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About AppleGate Recovery

in Decatur, AL

Welcome to AppleGate Recovery Decatur, your trusted ally in overcoming opioid addiction. We specialize in Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT), a tailored program designed to meet your unique needs. We offer Suboxone and buprenorphine treatments, two proven methods in combating opioid addiction. Both of these medication-assisted treatments aim to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings associated with opioid addiction. Experience the supportive, personalized care at AppleGate Recovery Decatur, and start your journey towards a healthier future today.


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Begin Your Journey to Recovery at AppleGate Recovery in Decatur, Alabama

Start on your path to recovery with AppleGate Recovery, a trusted name for outpatient opioid addiction treatment in Decatur, AL. Our dedicated team of medical professionals is committed to providing you with the highest level of care and standing alongside you throughout your journey towards recovery.

At our accredited clinic, we specialize in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to manage cravings and withdrawals as you focus on healing. Our providers collaborate with you to determine the most effective medication and dosage, including options like buprenorphine (also known as Subutex or Sublocade) or a buprenorphine-naloxone combination (commonly referred to as Suboxone or Zubsolv).

Beyond medication, we also advocate for counseling as a key component of recovery. We provide referrals to substance use counselors to help you tackle underlying triggers and build confidence in all areas of your life. Our adherence to all Alabama and Federal guidelines affirms our commitment to offering fully certified opioid addiction treatment.


Suboxone Clinic Services in Decatur, AL

At our Decatur Suboxone clinic, we're proud to offer evidence-based MAT options. These programs are designed to help manage cravings, allowing you to concentrate on your healing journey. Our offerings include:

Medically Supervised Buprenorphine Treatment: Buprenorphine, an FDA-approved partial opioid agonist, helps prevent withdrawal symptoms and manage cravings. It allows you to focus on other aspects of your treatment by reducing cravings for stronger opioids.

Medically Supervised Suboxone Treatment: We may also utilize Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Naloxone acts as an opiate antagonist, thus deterring misuse or relapse.

Why Choose AppleGate Recovery in Decatur, AL

Choosing the right place for help when dealing with opioid addiction is crucial. At AppleGate Recovery, we strive to make this process as seamless as possible. Here's why patients choose us for their outpatient MAT:

Individualized Care: We believe that there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment. We create a treatment program tailored to your unique needs.

Patient-Centered Treatment: Our comprehensive program addresses all aspects of recovery, ensuring a successful treatment outcome.

Compassionate Staff: Our team treats you with dignity and respect, offering compassionate support and confidentiality throughout your treatment.


Contact Us Today

If you're ready to pursue recovery, professional treatment awaits at our outpatient care center. Offering affordable, privacy-protected care, AppleGate Recovery Decatur is ready to assist. Call us today at 205.877.8597 or fill out our online form below to schedule your consultation. This brave first step is your gateway into a life of recovery.


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Your first step toward recovery is to meet our team of medical professionals and set up your intake appointment.

Our Medical Providers

Garrison Cowen, M.D.


Ashlee Drake, N.P.

Nurse Practitioner

William Lemons, M.D.


Mallory Roberson, N.P.

Nurse Practitioner

Jason Clemons, M.D.


Lyman Fritz, M.D.


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