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Construction Begins on Interim’s Treatment Facilities Expansion Project!

By March 1, 2017November 29th, 2017No Comments

11_Interim Architectural Renderings2In December, we were excited to announce two new projects that will expand mental health services in Monterey County.

In Marina, at our existing Shelter Cove transitional housing property, we will build a new residential treatment facility for Bridge House.

Construction work on this project is now scheduled to begin in early April and projected to be complete by March, 2018. The projected cost of this project is now approximately $4.1 million. To date we have raised, approximately $3.7 million, or 90% of our total financial need.

Meanwhile, the existing Bridge House location in Monterey will be converted into Manzanita Monterey, a new 13-bed crisis residential treatment program modeled after our very successful Manzanita House in Salinas. Renovations began on February 13, 2017, and should be complete by June 2017 at a cost of $436,939. We have raised $264,753, or 61% of our total need.

If you would like to support either of these exciting new projects, please contact Jocelyn Brady, Development Officer, at (831) 649-4522, ext. 205.