substance abuse clinic in Burlington, Indiana

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Burlington is a town in Burlington Township, Carroll County, Indiana, United States. The population was 603 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Lafayette, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Although it is commonly more linked to Kokomo, Indiana with Indiana State Road 22 connecting the two cities, the state road’s western terminus is in Burlington.

Burlington was laid out in 1828 by David Stipp an employee of the General Land Office [6] in Crawfordsville, Indiana. about a year after settlers first appeared in the area.[7] Stipp donated land for the town’s first school house. The town was incorporated in 1967. It is named for Wyandot Chief Burlington.[8] In 1830 work began on the Michigan Road which passed directly through the center of town. The road, which became Indiana’s first superhighway, connected Madison, Indiana and Michigan City, Indiana turning the town into a major through fare.[9]

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Cornerstone Behavioral Health Center
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505 N Wabash Ave, Marion, IN 46952


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