Our Capital Campaign – the New Garlington Health & Wellness Center
Join us for our Culture of Caring Gala on April 5th and help build a culture of caring. Get your Gala tickets today.
Cascadia is building one of Oregon’s most innovative community centered campuses—a place where healing, homes and hope come together.
Our new Garlington Health and Wellness Center clinic will deliver compassionate, integrated healthcare—bringing together mental health, addiction treatment, primary care and wellness services all in one location to treat a person’s whole healthcare needs. Our campus will also be home to a new 52-unit affordable housing apartment building—providing Veterans and displaced North/NE Portland community members access to affordable housing in Northeast Portland.
Our new campus will help to alleviate our community’s most pressing need for accessible and affordable health and housing. But to do this, we need your help.
Your gift of $50, $100, $500, $1,000 or whatever amount you can give to Cascadia’s capital campaign will be matched dollar for dollar by FamilyCare Health!
To learn the many ways you can be part of our efforts to position Oregon as a leader in integrated healthcare for all, please call 503.963.7799.
Watch our Capital Campaign video:
Watch: Garlington Construction Underway
Cascadia’s Behavioral Healthcare’s Garlington Center building has been a special part of the Eliot Neighborhood for nearly 80 years. We recognize and honor the building’s history and the role the Center has served in the community, and we acknowledge the shared memories by those expressed from North x Northeast Clinic in this video who also called Cascadia’s Garlington Center home. We look forward to the new Garlington Health & Wellness Center opening summer 2018 where healing, homes and hope come together to build a culture of caring.
The visionary support of Howard and Jane Glazer with their $1 million property donation launched Cascadia’s Building a Culture of Caring philanthropic campaign to establish a new model of integrated healthcare. The Glazers were early supporters of Cascadia’s plans to establish a cornerstone center for health and wellness.