Washington, DC / Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
The new Saint Elizabeth’s integrates residential, treatment, education, administrative and support functions. The program provides for 290 beds (114 civil and 176 forensic), primarily in 26 bed units. Civil and forensic components will house residential and treatment areas for their respective populations. “Treatment malls” offer an array of spaces for therapeutic, educational and social activities. Residential units incorporate a variety of flexible spaces for social and therapeutic activities and dedicated accessible green space. Support and administrative functions are shared.