The ARC sits on approximately 10 acres of a 48-acre county-owned parcel of land. It is a community-based program that assists in the prevention of incarceration with the intent to break the cycle of recidivism.
As part of the RUHS Behavioral Health Campus, WD designed a 3-building Facility for its recovery programs. The two-building, 20,000 sf, 54-bed facility, provides in-patient housing and support for those requiring both mental and substance abuse treatment. Including a separate wing with critical design safety details for those experience mental health issues, the environment provides separate residence wings for men and women, flexible multi-purpose rooms and spaces, and an administrative building with additional shared activity rooms and staff support, all incorporating natural light and a soothing color palette. The third building, the Sobering Center, is a 2,600 square foot outpatient facility, designed to serve as a transitional space for client recovery, prior to their next stage of treatment. Featuring warm and welcoming finish materials in an open, multi-purpose space, infused with natural light, the multi-purpose space extends to an outdoor patio with shade cover to provide additional usable space for concurrent activities with ample support spaces for flexible activities. The new building, site and landscape.