“Doing the Most Good.” – The Salvation Army
After 40 years in downtown San Diego, the city of Otay Mesa welcomed The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center – its newest non-profit facility with an official ribbon cutting and welcome dedication with Mayor Todd Gloria and Council member Vivian Moreno. The brand new 45,000 SF facility is one of the largest adult rehabilitation centers for the Salvation Army on the west coast and provides treatment for alcohol and drug addiction for up to 120 men. The structured program provides accommodations, shelter, nutritious meals, job training, and counseling services. The facility includes administrative offices for staff, a library and classroom space, over 18,000 SF of residential space, laundry room, kitchen and dining area and outdoor sport courts for basketball and bocce ball.
Adjacent to the rehabilitation center is an 85,000 SF warehouse industrial building that will serve as a donation center. The project team included Murphy Development Company and Pacific Cornerstone Architects.
“It was great working with The Salvation Army & Murphy Development on this unique building with incredible purpose!”
-Collin Howell, Senior Project Manager