Renewal House is a long-term comprehensive addiction treatment center for both women and children in Nashville, TN. This expansion includes the new construction of a 30,000 square foot, 3-story building that will provide homes to 34 residential program families which will double the program’s current facility. In addition, the new facility will include space for […]
Rehabilitation of a building for the development of a mixed-use project to include medical respite, transitional housing, healthcare, and social services for the homeless.
New Markets Tax Credit financing, paired with the USDA Direct Loan Program, made it possible to build a new facility for a health care provider serving the poorest areas of Connecticut.
The Community Health & Wellness Center (CHWC) of Greater Torrington received $1 million in financing to help it better address the region’s opioid crisis. CHWC uses the money to support hiring of providers trained in opioid treatment, IT upgrades to integrate previously siloed primary, mental health and substance abuse care, and other growth measures to […]
The rehabilitation of the vacant Philip Morris Blended Leaf Complex in downtown Richmond, Virginia into a new headquarters for Congregations Around Richmond To Assure Shelter (CARITAS).
The NMTC supported start up costs and business expenses for a 24 hour clinically monitored Residential Rehabilitation program for adult men dealing with substance abuse disorders.
The NMTC financed the remodeling of a building to fit the needs of an outpatient facility whose mission is “to support and assist individuals who are experiencing distress in their lives and assist people to recover from substance abuse disorders.” The facility expects to have 13,000 visits annually in the epicenter of Ohio’s opiod epidemic.
The Phoenix Rescue Mission (“Mission”) was founded in 1952 in downtown Phoenix where an evening meal, Chapel service, and clothing were provided to the poor and homeless, serving between 35 and 50 clients each day. Today the Mission has expanded its services and outreach to provide 79,456 bed nights of shelter and over 386,000 meals […]
Abandoned automotive facility transformed into health center, empowering people to overcome addiction.
High Point, the largest provider of addiction and mental health treatment in Massachusetts, needed funding to acquire and renovate a 60,000-square-foot facility on a Middleborough site that had been vacant for more than a decade. As part of this transaction, High Point also sought financing for other regional construction projects. MassDevelopment provided $19 million in […]
A full-service center offering a comprehensive system of care for the over 4,000 homeless individuals in Miami-Dade County.
The renovation of the YSS Francis Lauer’s 31,000 sq. ft. building located in Mason City, Iowa.
In cooperation with local hospital Bronson Healthcare and Kalamazoo Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (KCMHSAS), Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) developed a campus focused on wellness and food sustainability. The project is located on 13.3 acres of formerly unused land donated by Bronson Healthcare, which is near Bronson Methodist Hospital, the new Western […]
Florida Community Loan Fund provided $17M in NMTC financing for Community Health Centers of Pinellas to build 2 new and renovate 2 existing health clinics.
The Karuk Tribe constructed a 4,800 sq ft family services center in Happy Camp, California.
The Center for Women and Children provides transitional housing, therapy, counseling and education.
The redevelopment of an underutilized, 18,450 sq. ft. office building which now includes 9,200 sq. ft. of laboratory, health clinic, and related office space built for Heartland International Heath Center.
NMTC investment supports the Salvation Army Freedom Center Pathway Forward and Harbor Light Center.
Rehabilitation and expansion of halfway house: With the help of a $1.65 million infusion of New Markets Tax Credits supported financing from IFF, the agency expanded from 56 beds to 75 beds as well as achieve its long-time vision to bring housing and administrative functions under one roof. What’s more, the new facility has additional […]
A $3M expansion of the Crisis Stabilization Center at Centerstone’s Behavioral Hospital and Addiction Center at 2020 26th Ave.