The Yaquina Hall Apartments, a historic renovation to the former Oregon State Hospital Nursing building, now provides 52 units of supportive housing
The Yaquina Hall Apartments, a historic renovation to the former Oregon State Hospital Nursing building in Salem, provides 52 units of supportive housing designed to address the needs of Salem’s most vulnerable, including those with serious and persistent mental illness. On-site supportive services address the unique needs of community members experiencing homelessness, and those with disabilities in developing permanent housing goals. The building, located at the Oregon State Hospital North Campus, is on the National Register of Historic Places, serving as a nurses’ dorm from 1947 until 1971. The 50,900-square-foot, three-story brick building once housed a library, lounge, and wooden pediment holding a medallion with an oil lamp to represent nurse Florence Nightingale – the medallion is one of the historical elements that was lovingly preserved in place.
Salem Housing Authority
AC + Co
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Mercy Corps International Headquarters
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