The new 142,690-square-foot building consolidates an 18-bed inpatient child and adolescent psychiatric unit, 7-bed eating disorder unit, psychiatric day treatment program, neuropsychiatric special care services, medical day treatment program, behavioral healthcare outpatient clinic, child development unit, and creative arts therapy program
. The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect soon will occupy the first two-and-a-half levels of the pavilion.
The organization has served more than 60,000 clients in its 44-year history and is one of the few community-based creative arts therapy programs
in the United States to offer music therapy, drama therapy, art therapy and dance/movement therapy.