Grand Opening, Grand Feelings

There was no question whether or not the Northeast Park Hill community loves what has become of Dahlia Square during the grand opening of Mental Health Center of Denver Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being. The halls were filled with smiling faces and good conversation as tours were being held and food was being served.  Children from Roots Elementary and MHCD’s Skyline Academy put on wonderful performances giving reassurance that this is what the campus was built for. For the community to come together in a healthy, welcoming space.

Three years of community input shaped the new 4 acre campus that includes a 45,000 sq ft facility offering early childhood education, deaf & hard of hearing services, a pediatric dental clinic, mental health services, a gymnasium, community spaces and offices. The outdoor space features a 40,000 sq ft urban garden and aquaponics greenhouse, allowing access to fresh healthy produce and protein for community members, counseling gardens and play areas for children. A truly beautiful space created by the efforts of MHCD, the Northeast Park Hill community, City Projects, Taylor Kohrs, Anderson Mason Dale Architects and Group 14 Engineering.

Taylor Kohrs is thrilled to be part of such a revolutionary resource.

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