390 Grand Avenue Building Project
This expansion project is FHCHC’s first major capital project in over 50 years!
The new 35,560 square foot building will contain 26 exam rooms, new behavioral health and Assisted Treatment Addiction Medicine spaces, a community pharmacy, and community spaces to support a variety of needs. Today at the 374 Grand Avenue campus there are approximately 33,000 patient visits per year and the expansion allows FHCHC to expand to 55,300 visits per year.
Health services will include:
- Primary Care
- Behavioral Health, with a focus on Medication-Assisted Treatment and culturally appropriate substance abuse programs in an opioid hotspot
- Women’s Infants and Children (WIC), a supplemental nutrition program
- Ryan White Program, including HIV/AIDS prevention and clinical services
Community spaces in our new building include a training room with advanced technology to support learning programs like ESL, digital health literacy and job training. Space for other programming that support community needs like food insecurity and chronic illness with training in nutrition and demonstration kitchen.
This building will deepen our impact in the neighborhood Harm Reduction program by expanding services and entry-into-care for people who drink and/or use drugs publicly and sex workers. To address growing behavioral health needs, the new clinic is designed with an integrated medical and behavioral health model and retains the tradition of serving families, adults and pediatric patients regardless of who they are or ability to pay.