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Our Treatment Center

AppleGate Recovery
Muncie

2814 North Granville Ave.
Muncie, IN

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By Appointment Only

Mon – Fri:

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sat & Sun:

Hours Vary

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Run Until 1:00 pm

About AppleGate Recovery

in Muncie

If you’re struggling with an addiction to prescription pain pills, heroin, fentanyl or other opioids, we encourage you to receive the compassionate care you deserve at AppleGate Recovery in Muncie. Our facility specializes in Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT), a convenient and individualized program based on your specific needs. A medical provider works with you to find the medication and dosage most effective for you, whether it’s buprenorphine, a buprenorphine compound such as Suboxone, or Brixadi.

 

Along with this medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction, we also offer comprehensive counseling services. We highly recommend taking advantage of our individual counseling and group counseling options to help you overcome triggers that could lead to relapse and to build confidence in all areas of your life. For those who prefer remote care, we also provide telehealth services, ensuring you can receive support from the comfort of your home.

 

Our AppleGate Recovery in Muncie location is fully certified and adheres to all Indiana and Federal guidelines, ensuring you receive the highest standard of care in a safe and supportive environment.

 

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Available Treatment Services

Suboxone is a medication that combines buprenorphine with the opiate antagonist known as naloxone. Naloxone attaches to the brain’s opioid receptors, but it doesn’t activate them at all. Instead, it entirely blocks opioids from attaching to the receptors and creating any euphoric feelings.

Because buprenorphine on its own has the potential for misuse, many people take Suboxone to avoid the risk of abuse. Not only will Suboxone not produce any opioid effect, but it will also cause immediate withdrawal symptoms if someone tries to misuse it through injection — an effective deterrent to reduce misuse.

Suboxone is a medication that combines buprenorphine with the opiate antagonist known as naloxone. Naloxone attaches to the brain’s opioid receptors, but it doesn’t activate them at all. Instead, it entirely blocks opioids from attaching to the receptors and creating any euphoric feelings.

Because buprenorphine on its own has the potential for misuse, many people take Suboxone to avoid the risk of abuse. Not only will Suboxone not produce any opioid effect, but it will also cause immediate withdrawal symptoms if someone tries to misuse it through injection — an effective deterrent to reduce misuse.

Buprenorphine is an opioid, but it works differently than opioids like heroin and oxycodone. This medication is a partial opioid agonist, which is an opioid that attaches to the brain’s opioid receptors and activates them to a far lesser degree than most other opioids. By fastening itself to these receptors, it prevents other opioids from attaching and causing euphoria.

When taken correctly, buprenorphine can lessen the effects of withdrawal, including your cravings for opioids. Then, you can better focus on other aspects of your recovery.

Buprenorphine is an opioid, but it works differently than opioids like heroin and oxycodone. This medication is a partial opioid agonist, which is an opioid that attaches to the brain’s opioid receptors and activates them to a far lesser degree than most other opioids. By fastening itself to these receptors, it prevents other opioids from attaching and causing euphoria.

When taken correctly, buprenorphine can lessen the effects of withdrawal, including your cravings for opioids. Then, you can better focus on other aspects of your recovery.

Sublocade is an extended-release injectable form of buprenorphine used to treat opioid use disorder. Administered once a month by a certified healthcare provider, it is given after a patient has undergone seven days of treatment with a buprenorphine-based medication. The medication is gradually released over the month, blocking the rewarding effects of opioids.

Sublocade is an extended-release injectable form of buprenorphine used to treat opioid use disorder. Administered once a month by a certified healthcare provider, it is given after a patient has undergone seven days of treatment with a buprenorphine-based medication. The medication is gradually released over the month, blocking the rewarding effects of opioids.

We offer Brixadi, an extended-release injectable form of buprenorphine for treating opioid use disorder. Similar to Sublocade, Brixadi can be administered once a week or once a month, but it features a smaller injection that can be given at various sites on the body. Administration is exclusively performed by a healthcare professional.

We offer Brixadi, an extended-release injectable form of buprenorphine for treating opioid use disorder. Similar to Sublocade, Brixadi can be administered once a week or once a month, but it features a smaller injection that can be given at various sites on the body. Administration is exclusively performed by a healthcare professional.

Insurances We Accept

We offer affordable self-pay rates. Medicare and commercial insurance plans are accepted. Call us to verify your health insurance benefits.

Our Team

Meet Our Medical Providers

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Nicole Courtney, NP

Nurse Practitioner

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Chanda Jordan, PA

Physician's Assistant

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Roberta Jordan, NP

Nurse Practicioner

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