The design of this 14,500 s.f. tenant improvement project focused on creating a facility that acts as a transition between inpatient treatment and day-to-day situations. It does so by reflecting "real world" environments with living rooms, a restaurant-style dining room, a teaching kitchen, and a classroom. Various art and health therapies are offered, and walls are filled with inspirational quotes, graphics, and artwork. Educational classes and psychiatric, psychological, nutritional, and medical care add to this healing environment.