Cleveland Commons, Bend, OR


33-unit permanent supportive housing community that includes medical and wrap-around services in partnership with community organizations

Shepherd’s House Redmond Center – Redmond, OR


Shepherd’s House Redmond Center Central Oregon has seen a troubling 28% spike in homelessness in just one year. In response to this pressing issue, Shepherd's House took a proactive step by opening Redmond's first low-barrier houseless shelter. This is a game-changer because, for nearly a decade, they've been running a seasonal cold-weather shelter, continually searching for new locations each year. When an opportunity arose in the form of a former restaurant, our team swiftly assessed the space, diligently examined zoning and building codes, and enthusiastically embarked [...]

Bridges on Broadway Permanent Supportive Housing – Eugene, OR


BRIDGES ON BROADWAY PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING A place for New Beginnings The Oregon Legislature allocated a total of $65 million for Project Turnkey to acquire motels/hotels for use as a non-congregate shelter for people experiencing homelessness or at-risk of homelessness. An essential tool to alleviate homelessness and help some of our community’s most vulnerable. Homes for Good was awarded funds for a project turnkey in Eugene. Pinnacle was selected to re-imagine a former Red Lion Inn into a permanent supportive housing project with 39 studio [...]

Horizon House Transitional Housing – Bend, OR


HORIZON HOUSE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Leading Individuals to Success Horizon House is an apartment community with 14 safe, affordable transitional housing units for adults with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders complicated by drug or alcohol addiction. The facility includes offices for meeting with counselors and social workers and common areas for residents to socialize. The facility was designed and placed next to Sage View Crisis Center, an inpatient mental health facility. Project Details LOCATION Bend, OR SIZE 14,266 SF [...]

Barbara’s Place – Redmond, OR


BARBARA'S PLACE Helping Provide a Fresh Start Barbara’s Place is a six-unit apartment community designed to provide supportive housing for persons with disabilities including mental illness. It employs a Housing PLUS (Permanent Living Utilizing Services) model which moves homeless individuals into safe housing and provides them with comprehensive social services to help end homelessness. The design is compact with each 1-bedroom unit sized at 700 SF. It is the first multifamily building certified to the Earth Advantage Gold Standard in the region providing financial incentives [...]

Sequoia Crossings Permanent Supportive Housing – Salem, OR


SEQUOIA CROSSINGS A Home that Heals Sequoia Crossings is a Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) project based on the Housing First model by providing chronically homeless with housing and social support services. PSH is a proven strategy to stabilize vulnerable populations, many with mental health challenges, and improve their lives. Special design considerations around safety and resident relations are the top priority. The design team used a trauma-informed design approach to help remove stressors, create security, encourage collaboration, and promote an overall sense of well-being. The [...]

Meredith House – John Day, OR


MEREDITH HOUSE Creating a Safe Place Heart of Grant County represents The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence in Grant County. They are creating a safe place for victims of domestic and sexual violence to find support. Pinnacle prepared an initial design to secure CDBG funding. The preliminary plan includes office space, conference room, breakroom, multiple storage areas, and living space (two private bedrooms and an open kitchen/living room). Privacy and security for the visitors was a key design driver. The office space is [...]

Prairie House Supportive Housing – Prineville, OR


PRAIRIE HOUSE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING A Design Influenced by Central Oregon Specially designed for the mentally-disabled, Prairie House is an affordable housing community for those at or below 50% of the median income who qualify for mental health services. The design is welcoming and comfortable to provide an environment to become self-sufficient and create a community with shared laundry and a common room. An onsite manager helps the residents live safe and functioning lives. Community involvement was an important part of this project’s acceptance in the [...]

Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge – Bend, OR


PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADULT & TEEN CHALLENGE Combating Addiction in Central Oregon Oregon has a growing substance abuse problem with an estimated 303,000 Oregonians remaining untreated according to national data.  The non-profit, Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge, has been successfully helping men, women, and children since 1983 overcome addiction throughout their 12 locations in Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. The Central Oregon Teen Challenge, located in Bend, offers a 12-month, faith-based live-in program for men suffering from life-controlling problems. The program integrates faith education, personal [...]

The Shepherd’s House Women’s Shelter – Bend, OR


THE SHEPHERD'S HOUSE WOMEN'S SHELTER A Home for Recovery and Community Bend had an 8% increase in chronic homelessness over last year, per the most recent Point-In-Time Homeless Count published by the< Central Oregon Homeless Leadership Coalition. The Shepherd’s House Ministries wants to change those numbers with their woman’s shelter and program designed for homeless women and single mothers to heal and reintegrate back into society. The 1-2-year program includes counseling, job training, life skills, and child care. Pinnacle is helping The Shepherd’s House with [...]

Grandma’s House – Bend, OR


GRANDMA'S HOUSE A Dream Come True Established in 1992, Grandma’s House is a non-profit, faith-based home and outreach program. They provide safe shelter and education to homeless or abused mothers between the ages of 12 and 19. For the founders and residents of Grandma’s House Women’s Shelter, the team at Pinnacle made “A Dream Come True.” A complete renovation of their kitchen and dining area created a more usable space for teaching life skills. Many donations and services from local businesses made this project possible. [...]

Liberty Lodge – Redmond, OR


LIBERTY LODGE PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING Redmond Supports Disabled Residents with New Housing Option A new permanent supportive housing development developed by Housing Impact, LLC (a partnership between Housing Works and NeighborImpact) focuses on intellectually/developmentally disabled (I/DD) residents with incomes no higher than 50% of the area median. The Lodge will provide affordable housing for this special needs population to live independently with minimal to moderate outside support. Multiple studies show supportive housing (combining housing with onsite services) resolves homelessness and increases housing stability improving health [...]

Liberty Park Village – Klamath Falls, OR


LIBERTY PARK VILLAGE A Safe Home for Veterans When planning for a new veteran housing community, creating a sense of safety and community were top priorities. Many of the residents may be experiencing PTSD or other mental health conditions; therefore, every aspect of the project was viewed through a human-centered design lens. Focusing on the needs of those who use the space. The layout of the two buildings creates a central courtyard where the eight one-bedroom homes open to well-lit walkways. The front exterior entrances [...]

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