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The Grove Estate

The Grove Estate Service

The Grove Estate

3413 S Wallick Rd
Peru Indiana 46970
United States

(765) 436-0825

Business Description

Grove, located in Peru, Indiana, is an exclusive, boutique-style residential addiction treatment center. Specializing in a holistic approach to substance abuse recovery, Grove offers a range of programs including residential detox, dual diagnosis treatment, family integration, and personalized nutrition plans. Emphasizing a trauma-informed care approach, the center caters to individuals seeking comprehensive and empathetic support in overcoming addiction. The unique combination between medical supervision, family therapy, mental health care and nutritional guidance ensures an effective and well-rounded recovery journey. Set in a serene environment, Grove is dedicated to fostering healing and long-lasting recovery in a supportive and tailored setting.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
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About Peru

Peru is a city in, and the county seat of, Miami County, Indiana, United States. It is 73 miles (117 km) north of Indianapolis. The population was 11,073 at the 2020 census, making it the most populous community in Miami County. Peru is located along the Wabash River and is part of the Kokomo-Peru Combined Statistical Area. Residents of Peru usually pronounce the name of Peru like the name of the nation of Peru as it is commonly pronounced in American English. Elderly Hoosiers commonly use the archaic pronunciation of PEE-roo. == History == On August 18, 1827, Joseph Holman bought land near the confluence of the Mississinewa and Wabash rivers from Jean Baptiste "Pechewa" (Wildcat) Drouet de Richardville, the chief of the Miami people. The sale was approved on March 3, 1828, by President John Quincy Adams. On March 12, 1829, Holman had the land surveyed and laid out the town of Miamisport.Peru was founded in 1834 by William N. Hood, who had bought 210 acres (85 hectares) of land from Miamisport's founder Joseph Holman five years earlier. By 1835, court was being held in Peru rather than Miamisport, and the name "Miamisport" quietly disappeared as Peru became the dominant community in the area.

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