The Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon will operate the Center; with former Joint Office of Homeless Services analyst Alexandra Appleton as administrator for the County
Behavioral Health Resource Center News
The space will make parking easier for providers and staff and allow flexibility in long-term planning
Downtown project, to include day center, shelter and transitional housing, is slated to open in 2022.
The facility will offer respite for people with mental illness and substance use disorders who are experiencing homelessness downtown.
City reviewing building permits; County hopes to break ground in spring 2021
Stakeholder group will continue to meet until project opens, slated for 2022
County establishes a separate fund to track project spending
Multnomah County has put out a call for interested builders to propose a contract for the estimated $12 million to $15 million construction project, set to open as soon as summer 2021.