Renovations to complete Washington County's only nonprofit drop-in center and outreach provider for young people experiencing houselessness
HomePlate Youth Services, Washington County’s only nonprofit drop-in center and outreach provider for young people experiencing houselessness, opened its new permanent space in Beaverton on approximately 0.2 acres at the corner of SW 4th Street and SW Angel Avenue. The complex was originally developed with two buildings and was only partially built when our team came in, with the wood-framed exterior up, yet the interior essentially bare. The renovations to HomePlate Youth Services trauma-informed campus in Downtown Beaverton space tripled their capacity in support of 12- to 24-year-olds with navigating housing, healthcare, employment and more.
HomePlate Youth Services
Scott Edwards Architecture
Blackburn Medical Center
Six-story integrated housing and clinical services building focused on recovery and mental health services
6,200 SF clinic features six clinic exam rooms, six counseling/case management rooms, and a large community room