Crisis Recovery Center

July 2019 Update

Planning for the new Crisis Recovery Center is well underway. This 9,600-square-foot secure facility will serve up to 16 patients experiencing a mental health crisis in the Parkland/Spanaway area. It will be located at 1420 – 112th Street East in Tacoma.

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Current Project Milestones:

  • The Pierce County Council approved its portion of funding last August, and all other funding is in place.
  • The Mid-County Land Use Advisory Committee (LUAC) unanimously approved the project on July 9, 2019.
  • The project has been publicly advertised for construction bids. A pre-bid walk-through for Contractors interested in bidding was held on July 17, 2019.

Future Project Milestones:

  • The Mid County LUAC will make their recommendation before the Hearing Examiner on July 24, 2019.
  • The Hearing Examiner is expected to make their determination within a week.
  • Following the Hearing Examiner’s determination, the public will have 2 weeks to appeal the determination.
  • Bids are due August 2nd. Award will be made to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.

Notice to proceed is expected in late summer or early fall.

Crisis Recovery Center at Parkland-Spanaway

We need a place in the Parkland-Spanaway area where law enforcement, EMTs, and families can bring those suffering from mental health crises -- such as suicidal thoughts and delusional disorders -- to receive immediate and appropriate care.  First responders, health care providers, and the community identified this facility as a top priority for our region.  A Crisis Recovery Center serves only 16 people at any one time, has a 1:2 staff-to-patient ratio, is locked and secure, and all patients are transported to and from the center by law enforcement, ambulance, family or contracted transport.

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