Poarch Band of Creek Indians opens assisted living facility
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has opened an assisted living facility and health clinic in Alabama.
The Lavan Martin Assisted Living Facility has four homes, courtyards, dining, a quilting room and a resident laundry. There are 24 one-bedroom apartments, and the complex serves elders who living nearby with a 100-seat dining area. Landscaping features include gardens and gathering areas with a fountain and fire pit.
The tribe also opened the Buford L. Rolin Health Clinic, a two-story building that will provide health services to tribal members and employees.
Sherlock, Smith & Adams provided programming, architecture and engineering, landscape architecture, interior design and furniture/artwork consultation.