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Work begins on mental health complex

MCCFL board members, staff and community partners officially break ground on the site for their new mental health facility. Left to right, Amanda Hooey, Valerie Bellus, Elda Orr, Tom McCoy, Tyler Stone, Barbara Seatter, Jacque Schei, Carolyn Meece, Sarah Cantine and Scott Hege.

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MCCFL board members, staff and community partners officially break ground on the site for their new mental health facility. Left to right, Amanda Hooey, Valerie Bellus, Elda Orr, Tom McCoy, Tyler Stone, Barbara Seatter, Jacque Schei, Carolyn Meece, Sarah Cantine and Scott Hege.



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The proposed final design for MCCFL’s new mental health facility.

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Griffin Construction’s site plan details a wood-framed two-story family mental health clinic and associated parking and landscape, 22,639 square feet in total.

After eight years of planning and setbacks, The Mid-Columbia Center for Living is getting started on its community mental health facility at 1040 Webber Street in The Dalles...

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