A historic warehouse designed by architect Albert Kahn will be revitalized and updated into an about $11 million integrated health care center that will provide primary medical, pediatric, obstetric, dental, psychiatric and behavioral counseling services to 7,000 individuals and families annually. Located at 5716 Michigan Ave. in Southwest Detroit, construction on the building will begin in March and conclude at the end of the year.
As to be expected with a project of this size, multiple partners are involved. Covenant Community Care will operate a community health center on the ground floor and Southwest Counseling Solutions will move its Children, Youth and Families division to the facility. CYF programs serve children who have a severe emotional disturbance, have been adjudicated by the juvenile court or are at risk of being placed out of the community due to behavioral problems. Southwest Housing Solutions is the project’s real estate developer….
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