Noyes Health to build new mental health building

Nathan Law

AVON — The need for better access to mental health care is more in demand than ever. URMC | Noyes Health took a step toward meeting that demand Thursday as it closed on a parcel of land in Avon that will be home to a new mental health treatment building. […]

AVON — The need for better access to mental health care is more in demand than ever.

URMC | Noyes Health took a step toward meeting that demand Thursday as it closed on a parcel of land in Avon that will be home to a new mental health treatment building.

The $1,062,000 property will house eight patient treatment rooms, waiting area, and a group treatment room. There will also be an area outside where visitors and community members alike can enjoy the outdoors. The practice will be located in the James Steele Commerce Park in East Avon, just off exit 10 on Route 390.

Construction is slated to begin in June, and the building is expected to be completed in the fall of this year.

“Thanks to a $348,050 grant from New York State, and a matching $350,000 donation from Ann and Carl Myers, we are 2/3 to our goal,” said Lynn White, Director of the Foundation for Noyes Health. “We still have a considerable sum to raise before this project can become a reality.”

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