OSH: Junction city site
Junction City Community Outreach
Artist rendering of new Junction City hospital
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Dept. of Corrections
The Department of Corrections (DOC) and OHA are working collaboratively on the Junction City facilities.
July Project Local Business Fair:This event focused on the community of Junction City and other nearby communities. Hoffman presented an overview of the project and explained the procurement process. For the life of the project, Hoffman would be turning to the local communities to provide services, including printing, catering, construction tools and lumber office supplies, rentals, lodging, fuel Services, trucking, equipment, sanitation services, and security. This event was held on July 31 at the Junction City High School.
August Project Vendor Fair: The focus of this meeting was to inform businesses about opportunities for prime subcontractors and minority, women or emerging small businesses with the Oregon State Hospital Replacement Project - Junction City. The following information was discussed: project overview, procurement process, schedule overview, and future subcontracting opportunities. The event was held August 23 at Oaklea Middle School.
About the Junction city site
The Oregon State Hospital will be part of the Junction City community and the Oregon Health Authority is committed to working collaboratively with local community members and stakeholders. The Department of Corrections (DOC) and OHA are working collaboratively on the Junction City facilities to ensure the agencies maximize all appropriate opportunities for shared efficiencies.
The design for the Junction City state hospital is based on a centralized treatment model within a secure perimeter as the means of providing comprehensive and consistent therapeutic opportunities to all its patients. In keeping with the Recovery Model for mental health, the design for the new facility and its campus was driven by programming needs to ensure a patient-first, patient-driven and patient-focused mental health system.
The Oregon State Hospital in Junction City will be co-located with two state prisons on a 90-acre campus. The hospital will include single and double occupancy patient rooms, staff offices, counseling and treatment rooms, and indoor and outdoor recreation areas.
The siting of both the Salem and Junction City hospitals has been an open and public process. The State has received letters of support from elected officials with an interest in the DOC-Junction City site. The agency did not receive any letters or comments protesting siting the hospital at that location.