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Press Releases from glance creative (5 total)

Thank You PreventED for Interviewing Matt

Matt Bauersachs, founder of Learn to Live Recovery, describes his path to creating an innovative step-down program for males in long-term recovery. Hear how this extended care model provides a safety net for the residents by building relationships, teaching skills and instilling knowledge. Another service we at Learn to Live Recovery offer is a FREE Family Support Group. We know that it's important to include families in the addiction recovery process so

HART-Helping Access Recovery & Treatment

Learn to Live Recovery has offered a client discount to get into their program, but he needs charitable donations to change his life. We only have a few day to raise the donations he needs! Nicholas wants so badly to change this life. He believes he can do that at LTL. We have partnered with HART to raise the amount that he needs to complete our program. Please consider making a tax

Learn to Live Recovery Opens

Attention treatment professionals, medication professionals, case management professionals, and friends! Learn to Live Recovery is accepting inquiries for our waitlist. For treatment professionals or community members who are interested, we are doing tours of our facility by appointment. We can do one at a time for in-person or virtual for out of town folks. If you have a client or patient that you believe fits our program,

Taco Buddha Announces March Taco of the Month

Kicking off March with a 💥 ! Please welcome our new Taco of the Month… CARNE ASADA 🥩 : grilled, marinated skirt steak 🌶 : Asada sauce (dairy-free) 🧀 : cotija 🥑 : avocado 🥬 : romaine 🍅 : pico de gallo 🍈 : lime 🌱 : cilantro 🌽 : corn tortilla Happy Taco Tuesday, all! 💃 #tacotuesday #tacoofthemonth #carneasada #asada #curbsidepickup #supportlocal #eatfresh Glance Creative 7501 Forsyth Blvd Clayton, MO 63105 314-725-2439 Taco Buddha offers the freshest ingredients, creates unique

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Dr. Smith has been in private practice since 1982. She has a B.A. in Movement Therapy from Webster University. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1982. Dr. Smith has training from Washington University School of Physical Therapy in physical rehabilitation. She is a guest lecturer at Washington University and taught at Logan College of Chiropractic for eight years. In 1992 Dr. Smith became certified

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