CenterPointe Launches Public Phase of Capital Campaign for Trabert Hall Renovations
CenterPointe (centerpointe.org) has launched the public phase of its capital campaign to renovate the historic Trabert Hall in Lincoln. The total cost of the project is $27 million, with a private fundraising goal of $9.4 million. To date, CenterPointe has received $7.85 million in donor commitments, or 87% of the private goal, with $1.5 million left to raise.
The public phase of the campaign launched April 1. Since breaking ground in October 2020, the project construction is well underway. The full project is expected to be complete by December of this year.
The building will house a fully-integrated health clinic offering mental health, substance care, primary care, and pharmacy services all under one roof. It will also provide a programmatic home for staff supporting the clinical program, including therapists, care managers, and peer support. Renovations also include two floors of supportive housing units. Additionally, a 7,000-square-foot expansion will serve as a lobby. There will be outdoor spaces creating a healing and enriching environment in one of Lincoln’s core neighborhoods.
CenterPointe helps the people they serve get better, sooner, for longer. They offer more than 40 programs including mental health and substance use treatment, primary care services, rehabilitation, medication management, 24-hour crisis response, and housing. Most of those served experience severe and persistent mental illness, addiction, and health issues. Nearly all are low or no income. To learn more about CenterPointe, contact Bailey Wood at (402) 475-8717 Ext. 133 / email@example.com or visit centerpointe.org.