- Mel Trotter Ministries
Mel Trotter now tripling its impact among people experiencing homelessness through recently completed expansion and improvement project
Mel Trotter recently completed renovations to its clinical spaces during Phase 1 of its $14.9 million expansion and improvement project.
Custer provided furniture solutions found throughout the new facility–working alongside its partner companies CS Erickson, and Century Flooring. Design and installation services were donated to Mel Trotter Ministries by all three companies to support this important community project.
Community Partners Medical Clinic, the New Hope Sobering Center, mental health facility, as well as dental, vision and chiropractic areas are among the clinical care spaces that Custer supplied furniture for during Phase 1 of this project.
Custer’s intentional design of this space focused specifically on providing comfort to visitors as well as utilizing durable, medical grade fabrics, and welcoming colors throughout the finishes and materials.
Administrative enclaves and workstations were included among the solutions provided by Custer to support staff throughout their day.
New exam rooms were accented with additional seating for accompanying guests. Physician stools and chairs now allow care providers to support their posture in various ways throughout the day as they’re attending to patients.
Private offices and patient enclaves are now equipped to provide privacy for patients visiting for mental health services.
Patient care beds and bedside tables were included to further support the extent of care being provided to patients.
The result of this project is a functional and welcoming new space to invite people experiencing homelessness throughout the West Michigan community.
We are proud to have been a part of this project, and continue to look forward to partnering with Mel Trotter Ministries on its various initiatives that make Grand Rapids a better place to live and work for everyone.