INSynergy Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Call (314) 649-7867 (STOP)


 

INSynergy Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Call (314) 649-7867 (STOP) – Call (314) 649-7867 (STOP) for FREE Evaluation with Addiction Experts INSynergy is the Premier Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Center in St. Louis, MO. We provide an alternative approach to traditional 12- step and AA treatment programs. We are guided by evidence-based treatments and the latest advances in alcohol and drug rehab, allowing for the effective treatment of addictions to tobacco, alcohol, heroin, and opiates. Our innovative program incorporates FDA approved anti-craving medication, counseling, psychiatric and psychological services.

 

How health care reform is making a difference for Missourians

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… many questions remain about what has been accomplished to date. However, more than 7 in 10 Americans think the law is here to stay (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Sept. … Since the law was enacted, Missouri residents with Medicare have saved $ 78.5 …
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MORNING UPDATE: St. Louis County wants to open new methadone facility

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As the Lake Superior Treatment Center faces the revocation of its state license, St. Louis County wants to see if anyone else is interested in running a methadone clinic for drug addicts in the Duluth area. As the Lake Superior Treatment Center faces …
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MEDICARE CHANGE: Lawyers for Medicare patients say the Obama administration has agreed to a change that would help people with severe chronic illnesses like Alzheimer's keep receiving rehabilitation services, even if they're not getting better …
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Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, SportsStories set for the

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KEYSTONE PIPELINE: Oil resumed flowing Monday afternoon through the Keystone oil pipeline that carries about 590,000 barrels of crude per day from Canada to facilities in the Midwest. …. residents' rights; The state of Illinois will be spending about …
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