Joya Child & Family Development is a step closer to a new facility in the University District.
The city recently approved a building permit for the nonprofit’s proposed facility at 1016 N. Superior St., which will host a groundbreaking celebration at noon Wednesday.
Joya Child & Family Development is building a more than 40,490-square-foot, two-story structure that will include individual treatment and therapy rooms, pediatric clinic space, offices and rooms for group sessions.
The new building will more than double the size of Joya’s current center at 2118 W. Garland Ave., which is leased from Spokane Public Schools, said Colleen Fuchs, Joya Child & Family Development executive director.
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