Able Recovery is Now Under New Management!
Cash and Insurance Accepted
Methadone and Suboxone Available
Able Recovery takes most major insurance plans, Medicare, Medicaid, and cash payments.
Call 405-605-4005 for details.
New Intake (One-Time) $100: Includes on week of medication
Followed by $65 weekly payments
MEDICAID PATIENTS: $12 per week
Best Prices in Town
from 5:00AM to 7:00AM
We address all dimensions of who you are to get lasting results.
In years past, drug addiction was viewed as a sign of weakness or moral failing. Today, we realize that drug addiction is a devastating, chronic brain disease. Every year, millions of Americans try prescription pain killers, alcohol, cocaine, or heroin for the first time, and a large percentage of these people are unable to stop without help. If you are concerned about your own drug use or worried that a loved one may be addicted to drugs, we are here to help.
Other signs include:
If you see signs or symptoms of drug addiction in yourself or in someone you care about, don't wait.
Call us for help at 405-605-4005.
Manage withdrawals and cravings with approved medications.
Supplement medication assisted treatment with experienced, caring professionals.
Some people recover better with peers who are on a similar journey.
Call us to schedule an appointment.
4901 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73119, United States
Monday - Friday
5:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Monday - Friday
5:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Check in by 10:45 AM
New Patient Intake **New days and times coming soon!**
Please call the clinic to schedule.
Each consumer and/or their family or significant other has the right to file a grievance if they feel their rights were violated. The grievance will be handled in a fair and timely way. Able Recovery staff can help file the grievance if asked. No consumer will be retaliated against or have their treatment changed for asserting their rights. Grievance forms are available in paper at the clinic, or you may fill one out online by clicking the button to the right. You also have the right to contact the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Advocacy Division at any time.