AppleGate Recovery of Plano

Opioid Treatment Program, Outpatient Rehab
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At AppleGate Recovery, we have locations in Plano, TX, Bossier City, LA, Monroe, LA and Lake Charles, LA. We treat opiate addiction in an outpatient setting using buprenorphine medications to assist in a medication-assisted therapy program. We also offer individual and group addiction/counseling in order to prevent relapse and strengthen coping skills.

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3303 North Central Expressway
Collin County
75023, United States
  • Age Group
    18 - 99 years

Payment Options

  • Self-Pay

Treatments Offered

  • Addiction Counseling
  • Buprenorphine/Suboxone Treatment
  • Holistic Treatment
  • Relapse Prevention

Patient Population

  • Adults

Extra Services

  • Aftercare/ Continuing Care
AppleGate Recovery of Plano

More about AppleGate Recovery of Plano

At all of our AppleGate Recovery locations, our highly skilled and trained staff treat every patient with the utmost compassion and respect. The doctors, counselors, and professional staff at AppleGate Recovery understand that addiction is a disease and it is treated in the same manner a disease would be treated.

Admissions Process

Call to schedule an appointment and one of our clinical coordinators will assist you in the admissions and intake process. We can schedule appointments within 24-48 hours.

Treatment and Philosophy

Addiction is like most major diseases. Consider heart disease, the leading cause of death in the developed world. It's partly due to genes and partly due to poor life style choices such as bad diet, lack of exercise, and smoking. The same is true for other common diseases like adult-onset diabetes. Many forms of cancers are due to a combination of genes and life style. But if your doctor said that you had diabetes or heart disease, you wouldn't think you were bad person. You would think, "What can I do to overcome this disease?" That is how AppleGate Recovery will approach your addiction. Addiction is not a weakness. The fact that addiction crosses all socio-economic boundaries confirms that addiction is a disease. People who don't know about addiction will tell you that you just need to be stronger to control your use. But if that were true then only unsuccessful people or unmotivated people would have an addiction, and yet 10% of high-functioning executives struggle with addiction. If you think of addiction as a weakness, you'll paint yourself into a corner from which escape is unlikely.

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