As part of the overall multi-phased vision, this unique facility provides 30 beds for the in-house treatment of adolescents suffering from alcohol and drug dependency.
Phase I - Renaissance House -This combination of the site characteristics strongly influenced the resulting design. The design is composed of two buildings, one with a gymnasium and academic classroom, the other with the residence, administration, and art therapy room. A one-story scheme provides ease of communication and supervision.
Phase II - Stepping Stones - After Care Program - After acquiring an adjacent four acres of property, a 16-bed boy and girl community residence was constructed to provide a facility which would house young men and women in continuing program in preparation for independent.
Phase III - Community Residence & Resource Center - Completed in the Spring of 2002, these additions to Renaissance Campus consist of a new 7000 S.F. 16-bed boys Community Residence and a Resource Center of 4000 S.F.