The new building for Sequoia Mental Health Services, a nonprofit mental health organization that serves patients with long-term psychiatric, emotional or developmental impairments in Washington County, provides 14 residential units and 16,000 SF of clinical and administrative services space for the nonprofit. Sustainable elements included bioswales for storm water management and storage tanks to hold irrigation water for the building’s landscaping. The existing trees on the site were incorporated into the landscape design, along with native plants needing little or no water. Daylight-harvesting systems are be used in the office along with compact fluorescent fixtures and manual on/automatic off lights with motion-sensor switches for the residential units.