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The center is located off of RT 15 exit 35. At the end of the exit ramp you will take a right. At your first light you will take a left onto Buxton Farm Road. This road is right before the shopping plaza that has a Walgreens and the A&P. Once on Buxton Farms Road you will continue to the stop sign. At the stop sign, you will take a left going past the Turn of River Fire Department. You will enter the High Ridge Office Park. The center is located in building Four. The entrance to the center is around the back of the building.

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