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Gateway Launches $7 Million Capital Campaign

Gateway has unveiled phase one of its $7 million capital campaign. Plans to raise $3.6 million for phase one of the campaign were announced in February during a groundbreaking ceremony held at its Stockton Street campus. This is the first time the organization has launched a capital campaign.

Phase one involves construction of a new 12,850-square-foot Outpatient Clinic, which will house counselors and case management offices, medication-assisted treatment as well as group meeting rooms. Administrative offices at Gateway’s Stockton Street location will relocate to the second floor of the new outpatient building, thus freeing up 40 additional rooms for transitional housing for patients. Construction of the new building will provide valuable space to Gateway patients with nowhere to go after treatment and enable the organization to greatly increase its services throughout Northeast Florida. Phase one will also involve complete renovation of 108 rooms at the Stockton Street campus.

The Florida Times-Union recently published an article about the capital campaign and what it means for the Jacksonville community. To read the full article visit, http://bit.ly/1XQZQtk.

6th Annual Flavor of Jacksonville

6th Annual Flavor of Jacksonville benefiting Gateway—Steps to Recovery
Saturday, September 23, 2017; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WJCT Studios, 100 Festival Park Ave. (32202)

Tickets: $75 individual; $125 couple; $750 table for 10 guests.

About the 6th Annual Flavor of Jacksonville
Flavor of Jacksonville is Gateway’s annual fundraising event showcasing the diversity of Jacksonville’s culinary scene. This year’s event will include a delicious array of food provided by LongHorn Steakhouse complemented with live music, dancing and entertainment from The Chris Thomas Band, drawing prizes and more!

Proceeds raised from this event will help support Gateway’s second phase of the capital campaign that will include renovations of three older buildings containing 108 rooms used for recovery housing. Forty of the 108 rooms will be designated as Transitional Recovery Housing with Supportive Services. This much needed housing will serve up to 80 new individuals, or mothers/fathers with children, when completed in fall 2017.

We hope you will join us for an exciting evening of food and entertainment! Attire for the event is casual.

For more information, visit www.jaxflavor.com.