Renovation: Men’s Shelter Turned into Addiction Treatment Center

November 28, 2020
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Photo Credit: Norfolk Daily News

Photo Credit: Norfolk Daily News

Source: Norfolk Daily News

A $30 million renovation project has turned a building on the historic Siena Francis House campus in Omaha into an addiction treatment center.

Where is this taking place?

Omaha, Neb.

When is this happening?

The renovation is now complete.

Why is it important?

This new facility will offer free-of-cost treatment to adults who are or at risk for becoming homeless due to substance abuse disorders.

Key aspects?

80 beds

On-site social services including: individual, group, and family counseling; job training and referrals; housing assistance; and formal education opportunities. 

Project specs?

Two-stories tall

Unknown square-footage

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