Living Room
Living Room

Five Door Recovery

With substance abuse being such a widespread issue today, Hope Haven's Chris Farley House wanted to look at ways they could increase the size of their facility to better serve those in the community.  This new, two story rehab facility will provide care for up to 20 residents and be re-branded to Five Door Recovery.  The first floor contains therapy rooms, staff offices, a resident living and dining space, and kitchen.   

A trellised patio and garden is provided in the backyard.  The second floor contains resident bedrooms, bathrooms, and laundry.  The basement features additional community space for gatherings, art therapy, and exercise room.  

 

The design intent was to provide a welcoming, comfortable environment that feels home-like and not institutional.  The interior finishes feature wood floors, a calming color palette, a stone fireplace, beautiful built-ins and wood beams that accent the living and dining room.  The building's massing is broken down into a scale that helps it blend in with the surrounding single-family homes, featuring both a pitched roof and small porches.

New Construction          14,750 SF           Program: Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Center

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