Eagleville Hospital is a specialty health care facility dedicated to supporting the recovery of those who suffer from substance use, mental health and co-occurring disorders, and traditionally underserved patient populations. As crises like the opioid epidemic continue to fuel the need for rehabilitative treatment spaces, Eagleville Hospital sought to expand its facilities to accommodate additional patients in a welcoming and comfortable environment. The Eagleville Hospital residential rehabilitation project brings outstanding patient-centered care with a new facility to support compassionate and respectful care for patients. EwingCole’s design consolidates Eagleville’s current residential facilities to a new location on campus that distinguishes the residential from the acute care model. The Rehabilitation Center also supports the growing population of behavioral health patients with 264 new residential beds, supported by three separate “neighborhood” buildings, near creative and wellness therapies and common outdoor garden space for treatment and recreation. The common hub of the residential rehabilitation project is the Creative and Wellness Therapies building. This two-story building is a welcome center to patients being admitted to Eagleville Hospital as well as the central location for various creative and wellness therapies. The first floor contains an orientation space, living room/library and office space while a multipurpose room/gymnasium, fitness room, game room and large gallery wall to display artwork created by patients round out the functions on the lower level.