O’Neill/Walsh Community Builders recently completed work on an $18 million substance abuse treatment center and affordable substance-free housing facility in Northeast Portland.
The three-story building’s east wing, called the Center for Hope and Recovery, will house LifeWorks NW’s Project Network, a 36-bed drug and alcohol treatment center for women with children. The building’s west wing holds the Beech Street Apartments, a 32-unit clean and sober affordable housing facility operated by Home Forward where patients and their children can transition after treatment.
The building includes a child development center, playgrounds, community room, and therapy, medical and office space. The project was designed by Holst Architecture, and Gerding Edlen served as the developer.