The community triage center being built in downtown Sioux Falls, The Link, will be a safe location where people experiencing a nonviolent behavioral health crisis or needing care for substance or alcohol abuse can access immediate treatment and referral to support services.
“This project is only possible because of the tremendous community support both from our founding organizations and from many community partners,” says Steve Lindquist, Project Director for The Link.
“Not only do we have the four founding organizations with the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, Avera and Sanford, but we also have a growing number of partners who are helping turn this dream into a reality.”
The Link recently selected three partners to help with the project work: Lloyd Companies, MSH Architects and Sands Drywall. Lloyd Construction is serving as the construction manager for the project, leading the renovation of the former City Annex building at 132 North Dakota Avenue from information technology to community health.
“We’re honored to be managing The Link construction project and playing a role in creating a place that will serve such a critical need in our community,” says Lloyd CEO Chris Thorkelson.
“The Link truly fits our company’s mission, which is to create a better quality of life for the communities we serve. We’re committed to fulfilling The Link partners’ vision with a building that will serve the Sioux Falls area in new and powerful ways.”
Learn more about The Link here.