Meanwhile, the Addiction Recovery Care Association (ARCA) has earned $ 2.2 million for its infrastructure needs at its new home at 5575 Shattalon Drive.
The new TROSA center is expected to open in early 2022, where it will have beds for 100 men and a staff of 20.
TROSA plans to eventually have beds for 200 people with opioid, alcohol and other substance use disorders by the end of its second phase, possibly sometime in 2023, a said Brian Buland, project manager for the Winston-Salem campus.
Based in Durham, TROSA uses an abstinence model to treat people with drug addiction. Clients stay for two years and receive professional training in areas such as food and hospitality, lawn care and construction.
Additionally, TROSA plans to operate a thrift store near Peters Creek Parkway which will generate income for the facility while providing retail training to the men in the program.
Treatment at TROSA is free. He also does not accept insurance.
TROSA had previously secured a $ 6 million grant from the state legislature.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC earns $ 6.67 million for a new head office on the Whitaker Park campus.
The facility will contain nearly 140,000 square feet of space and is expected to be completed in fall 2022