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Tate Short


1700 W Smith Valley Rd. Suite C-1 Greenwood INDIANA (IN) 46142
Alpha Omega Elevation 317-300-4091

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Tate Short - Greenwood Suboxone Drug Treatment Center
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Tate Short works at Alpha Omega Elevation with Greenwood Suboxone Doctor Dee Bonney M.D. Tate is 42 years old father of four married for 19 years to Christina.

He grew up in Bedford Indiana attended Howe military academy and worked for 20 years for AT&T working construction.

Tate went through many struggles with alcohol and drugs throughout his life but after a major back surgery he fell into a deep addiction to prescription painkillers.

This valley almost took his life. He attended Saul to Paul ministries in Ellettsville Indiana. He was introduced to Jesus Christ and had a radical conversion. That was about four years ago. Tate has devoted his life working with with the homeless managing a food bank and learning to be in His service.

Tate is glad to be a part of Alpha Omega Elevation to help others come to know the love and freedom of a relationship with Jesus.
Recent Media - Greenwood Opiate Doctor Dee Bonney

Indianapolis Star - Greenwood opioid clinic adds spirituality to Suboxone to treat addiction
Patients would often look askance at Dr. Dee Bonney when he asked them out to lunch or coffee after treating them in the emergency room, but that didn’t stop him from offering. As the Franciscan Health doctor’s personal connection to faith strengthened, he found himself increasingly drawn to talk with these troubled patients, particularly those brought to the emergency room because of an opioid overdose. More....


WTHR Channel 13 Indianapolis - New opioid addiction clinic pairs medication with spirituality
GREENWOOD, Ind. (WTHR) - A new clinic for opioid addiction is bringing a new focus on faith to help heal. The clinic in Greenwood gives not only Suboxone as medical treatment, but also turns to Scripture for recovery. Like so many Hoosiers, Anthony Phelps, a father of seven, found himself in the dangerous grip of drug addiction. "Meth, heroin, drugs, period. Anything that altered my mind," Phelps said. More...