The ARCH by Carroll Institute Sioux Falls, SD
Carroll Institute has a history of providing comprehensive addiction prevention, assessment, treatment, and transitional living services to the Sioux Empire community since 1979. Their ARCH program, serving individuals returning to the community from treatment services and incarceration, had outgrown and outlived the buildings where residents lived. The building was designed with phased construction in mind; the occupants needed to move into Phase I, as Phase II was built on the location of their existing facilities. The new transitional residential facility was designed to meet the unique needs of their clients. Spaces include a dining hall, computer labs, offices, private and group meeting rooms, casual dayroom areas, covered outdoor patio, workout facility, recreational spaces, and sleeping rooms, all in a welcoming and open atmosphere. Daylight fills the building, with large windows present throughout.
Building Relationships Through Design
212 S. Phillips Ave, Suite 200 Sioux Falls, SD 57104-6320