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Officials with the Springfield and Ozark chambers participate in a Feb. 21 ribbon-cutting ceremony for Synergy Executive.
Photo provided by Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Officials with the Springfield and Ozark chambers participate in a Feb. 21 ribbon-cutting ceremony for Synergy Executive.

Synergy to open $3M substance abuse treatment center

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Synergy Recovery Center next week is scheduled to open its recently completed $3 million men’s substance abuse treatment campus.

Marketing Director Morgan Galloway said a grand opening is scheduled March 1, and the facility dubbed Synergy Executive will open to patients on March 4. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Feb. 21 for the Ozark treatment center at 2608 Smyrna Road. It’s owned by Paige Tuck, Anne Koetting and Dan Piddington.

Similar to Synergy’s women’s treatment center in Rogersville, Synergy Executive is geared toward working professionals.

“The program is designed to be anywhere between 30 and 90 days, depending on the needs for each person,” Galloway said. “Our hope is to get people on the right track and provide them with a wide variety of techniques and strategies to stay clean while they’re in their homes and jobs.”

Galloway said a 30-day stay is priced at $30,000, and Synergy Executive accepts most major insurance plans. The center has on-site therapists who will provide individual counseling, and patients also will have access to salt therapy, massages, acupuncture, yoga and a single golf hole with a sand trap and water hazard, among other amenities.

Weber Home & Land LLC served as general contractor for the project designed by Baron Design & Associates LLC. Galloway said Synergy purchased the property after a home on the site caught on fire. Crews demolished the house before building the treatment center.

Galloway said the 10-bed Synergy Executive expects to be at capacity within a couple of weeks. It’s located on 37 acres northeast of Ozark.

Synergy also operates an outpatient clinic and counseling center in Springfield.

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