"This will enable more services of greater caliber and expertise to meet the needs of the community," agency President Peter Kelleher said.
They hope to raise about $400,000 to finish furnishing the building, including dining areas and a play space for children. By the end of the year, they plan to install a full medical detoxification unit and to bring in an additional five or six counselors and support staff to add to their roster of 30.
Keystone Hall languished in a low, dark building on Pine Street for more than two decades. The small space about half the size of the new facility held only 28 beds, to the new building's 54. Because of size and accessibility concerns, the building operated without a state license, which meant many third party insurers didn't cover the center.
"It's the prototype for the type of facility we want to have online today."
Once the facility opens, it will enable program administrators to expand their services, nearly doubling its current capacity.
By contrast, the new facility will not only virtually double the number of beds available to clients, but it will also enable administrators to expand their programs.
Its opening is planned for next month.
range of substance treatment and recovery services to clients from around the state.
With about a month left until the facility opens, managers are still short of their ultimate goal.
Nashua's Keystone Hall preparing for move to larger space
The Cynthia Day Center, which accepts women from across New Hampshire, is the only residential program in the state specifically for pregnant women and women with families.
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The building will also serve as a model for rehabilitation programs across the state, with its full range of innovative residential and outpatient rehabilitation services, said Joe Headley, director of the state Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, which helped finance the building.
Program administrators have spent about $6.6 million thus far in public and private funds to prepare the facility. About two years ago, they bought the Amherst Street building for $2.75 million, and they've spent about $2.9 million since for a full renovation.
NASHUA The paint has hardly dried at the new Keystone Hall substance abuse facility.
"There were some years we had to turn away 1,000 people," Kelleher said. "That building definitely gave us some challenges."
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But even before the Amherst Street facility opens, substance abuse professionals are looking toward it as a model for the state.
Program managers plan to bring in a medical clinic, operated by Harbor Homes, offering medical treatment to clients in need. They plan to bring in house the Cynthia Day Family Center, which currently houses clients at a facility down the street from the Lake Street office.
"No one else is providing those services," added Donna Arias, regional coordinator for Beyond Influence, a drug abuse prevention program in Nashua. "They're focused on filling gaps and serving needs where there isn't (service) already."
"We think keeping families together can help them heal in a respectful way," Kelleher said.
After seven years of planning, the Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, better known as Keystone Babyliss Straightener Clicks Hall, is set to move into its new, 28,000 square foot facility at 615 Amherst St.
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