Mosaic Construction completed construction and delivered a new Behavioral Health & Supportive Services Wing for TCA Health, located at 1029 E. 130th St. on Chicago’s Far Southeast side. The medical clinic’s newly renovated wing provides expanded access to mental health and social services for the local communities.
The 2,700-square-foot, grant-funded project transformed the patient reception area, waiting rooms, private offices, and counseling area with corridors that connect the East Wing to match an earlier renovation of the building’s other side. Renovations also featured new lighting, flooring, paint, acoustic ceiling tiles, stainless steel corner guards, and other finishes complementing the facility
“TCA’s renovated Behavioral Health Wing will be a tremendous asset to our community by providing counseling, substance treatment and critical stress management tools to help patients during these trying times,” said Thaddeus Jones, Mayor of Calumet City and State Representative of the 29th District, which includes the facility’s neighborhood.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).