Facts and Figures

Building Highlights

The building comprises two major areas, a client services area and a residential area, featuring:

  • An architectural and landscape design that blends in with other buildings on campus and the neighborhood
  • ADA compliant access
  • State-of-the-art security system
  • Redesigned campus parking including accessible spots and approximately 40 additional spaces
  • Features that meet or exceed energy efficient guidelines

The client services area will be home to our suite of licensed outpatient behavioral health services including:

  • Primary care suite with offices for a medical doctor, psychiatrist, nurse practitcioner, and/or registered nurse
  • Suite for therapy and counseling services with licensed behavioral health professionals
  • Crisis response suite for professionals who work both onsite and in the community
  • Care management suite for staff who partner with families to assess, refer, and link to community-based services

The residential area is designed to emphasize natural light and to create a comfortable, homestyle living environment for children who need some form of residential care. This area is divided into four distinct living spaces, each with a unique and vibrant personality shaped by the residents and treatment team. Each living space features:

  • Five furnished bedrooms
  • Calm room
  • Multipurpose shared living and activity area
  • Two private bathrooms

The residential area is also designed to promote community living, and includes shared community space for the youth to have home-like experiences with their peers and treatment team. Other features include:

  • Nursing Suite
  • Meeting rooms dedicated to working with families
  • Secure courtyard for safe outdoor recreation
  • Full service kitchen with a dining area for 50

Construction Highlights

This building will replace an existing residential building on campus. Building demolition will occur only after the new building is fully operational. We anticipate breaking ground in late spring 2018 and look forward to being fully operational in the summer of 2019.

Support and Funding

This project is made possible by public support and private contracting with the following:

  • BBL Construction Services, LLC
  • NYS Department of Health
  • NYS Office of Mental Health
  • SEFCU
  • WCGS Architects

To see how we’re applying what we’ve learned in our design, click below
Building Fact Sheet
Floor Plan
Aerial view