New Wellness Village In Riverside County Will Cost More Than Half A Billion Dollars

 A proposed Wellness Village in Mead Valley in western Riverside County will cost more than half a billion dollars to build.

Ground has been broken on the Mead Valley Wellness Village which should be ready to open in 2026.

The California Enterprise Development Authority has issued 517 million dollars in bonds to pay for the 450-thousand square foot behavioral health campus.

There will be a Community Wellness and Education Center, a Children’s and Youth Services building, Urgent Care Services, Supportive Transitional Housing, and Extended Residential Care. 

Services will include outpatient mental health services, short-stay treatment mental health programs, residential treatment programs for adults and children, recovery residences, and supportive housing. 

In addition to the behavioral health services provided, the campus will have  a resource center, recreational areas, quiet zones,  sports courts, a sensory garden, an amphitheater, a public market, a café, and a pet hotel.

The new campus will  be operated by Riverside University Health System–Behavioral Health which is funded by Riverside County taxpayers. 

It is off the 215 Freeway, south of March Air Reserve Base, and it is on unincorporated county land.


Riverside County CA officials at groundbreaking for new Mead Valley Wellness Village..

Photo from Riverside County Executive Office