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Pictured here are: poet and community leader Emmett Wheatfall (left); Andrew Colas, president and CEO of Colas Construction; Mayor Ted Wheeler; Rep. Earl Blumenauer; Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury; Michelle J. DePass, CEO of Meyer Memorial Trust; and Michael Buonocore, executive director of Home Forward (Photo by Jerry Foster)
By The Skanner News
Published: 27 September 2018

At a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by 250 supporters, including federal and county officials and community partners, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare celebrated the opening of its new Garlington Campus, home to the Garlington Health Center and Garlington Place Apartments Sept. 21 in Northeast Portland. 

The dedication marked a successful milestone in the nonprofit’s “Building a Culture of Caring” capital campaign with $4.3 million raised in charitable gifts. The Garlington Campus is anchored by the new Garlington Health Center, which provides integrated health care services – mental health, substance use recovery, primary care, and wellness programs – all in one location to support a person’s whole health needs. Adjacent to the Center is Garlington Place, a 52-unit affordable housing apartment building that opened in April for Cascadia clients, veterans and displaced North and Northeast Portland community members and families.

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