On Tuesday, March 21st, The Refuge, A Healing Place, celebrated the grand opening of their new 16-bed eating disorder facility, Oak House, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. This expansion and renovation project was made possible by the skilled work of Berglund Construction, providing a serene and secluded environment for patients to heal. Oak House is now officially open and dedicated to supporting those in their journey towards eating disorder recovery.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by key members of the project team, including Sherri Ryan, Julie Favret, John Brown, Silas Powell, Adam Cumbo, and Stephanie Lee. Special guest speaker, Kathy Coloria, also joined in to celebrate this significant milestone for The Refuge.
Throughout the five months of construction, Berglund Construction provided temporary facilities to allow The Refuge to continue their eating disorder program. The completion of Oak House marks The Refuge's commitment to identifying and addressing the underlying issues affecting their patients' health and well-being.
The Refuge is excited to witness the positive impact that Oak House will have on its patients' lives, and they express their gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of this project.