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Penn Foundation Breaks Ground on 36,000 Square Foot, $9.2 Million Expansion

On August 2, 2011, Penn Foundation broke ground on a 36,000 square foot, $9.2 million expansion of its main campus on Lawn Avenue in Sellersville.

This addition will more than double the size of the agency’s Main Building, which currently houses its outpatient mental health and FACT (Forensic Assertive Community Treatment) programs. Expected to be completed in early 2013, the new building will be named the Dr. Norman L. and Esther B. Loux Center in honor of Penn Foundation’s founding medical director and his wife.

“Since the Main Building was last renovated in 1978, the landscape of behavioral healthcare has changed substantially,” says Wayne Mugrauer, Penn Foundation President and CEO. “Though Penn Foundation has kept pace with these changes, we are continually challenged to be even better. This construction will enable Penn Foundation to centralize many of its services, creating access to more efficient care. It will allow us to grow our existing programs, develop new services, and serve more members of our community. It will ensure that we continue to be innovative and responsive, living up to the tradition of excellence that has characterized our organization for more than 55 years. “

Funds for the project have been raised through private and industry donations as well as contributions to Penn Foundation’s Power of Hope Capital Campaign. For more information or to make a gift, please contact Penn Foundation’s Advancement Office at 215.453.5190.


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