Portland Monthly “Merging Architecture and Recovery at a New Women’s Rehab Project”

Portland Monthly Magazine reports on Lifeworks NW and Home Forward’s new drug- and alcohol-free facility in their January 2015 edition.

O’Neill/Walsh Community Builders (OWCB) recently completed The Center for Hope and Recovery which is a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility in Northeast Portland which includes LifeWorks NW’s 36-bed Project Network and the 32-unit Home Forward Beech Street Apartments.

The facility is part of a co-development project that includes the LifeWorks NW treatment unit and affordable substance-free family housing owned and operated by Home Forward, a Portland housing agency.

The integrated development will allow LifeWorks NW’s Project Network clients who transition from the treatment facility to have access to drug- and alcohol-free permanent family housing within walking distance of their outpatient treatment.

Link to the article.