The revised plans for the Dream Centre feature a two-storey renovated building. The centre launched a campaign Monday in hopes of raising more than a million to help with building renovation. (Contributed image).

The revised plans for the Dream Centre feature a two-storey renovated building. The centre launched a campaign Monday in hopes of raising more than a million to help with building renovation. (Contributed image).

Red Deer Dream Centre launches campaign, hopes to raise $1.4M

A proposed addiction treatment centre is hoping to raise $1.4 million to support the renovation of a downtown building.

The Red Deer Dream Centre’s plan is to open a 40-bed residential treatment facility.

“If the opposite of addiction isn’t sobriety, but connection, then it’s going to take our community to create connection and bring about change,” said agency president Wes Giesbrecht.

“We are currently inviting funding partners to be involved with us. In order to meet the requirements of our City of Red Deer development permits, we need $1.4 million by June 2021,” the centre states in a release.

For more information, or to donate, visit www.rddc.ca.