How Station 20 West stands out
Integration of programs and services
Social Enterprise Model
- A not-for-profit business with financial, social and environmental benefits
- A complimentary mix—of community organizations, public institutions, businesses and co-ops
- state-of-the-art building methods
- minimal energy and water usage
- promoting pollution-free transportation
Place-making—an example for Canada
- A gathering place for everybody, both inside and outside.
The Samuel and Saidye Bronfman Foundation realized the potential of Station 20 West as a national demonstration site for place-making and donated the initial development funds.
Station 20 West will work closely with the Westside Clinic which is partnering with the College of Medicine, the College of Dentistry and SWITCH.
It's a dream come true.
…The people of Pleasant Hill
will benefit very much from the improved access to both
food and medical services.
Retired - Westside Community Clinic
Board of Directors
Val Veillard - Co-chair
Sheila Pocha - Co-chair
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