A plan to expand a crisis center introduced to city planning
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - A crisis care stabilization center development was introduced at Rapid City’s Panning Commissioners meeting.
The center would be a place with many different services provided by the county…a few being a detox center, crisis center, and drug addiction outpatient treatment.
The plan introduced would be to expand the already existing campus in order to extend care services provided by the center for no more than 16 patients.
As with most downtown developments…parking was the main concern…but reassured that it shouldn’t be a problem.
“The parking is not as much of concern down in this area because generally, clients utilizing the facility do not have vehicles or they are brought in by someone else. So, the need for parking is not expected to be high.”
Kuhl said this is already demonstrated through the existing care campus.
The initial plan development was approved this morning.
Final plan developments will be submitted to the city in July.
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