The 18.9 acre WakeBrook Campus includes two buildings: the 40,000 sf Crisis Center that offers crisis care and short-term residential treatment units and the 20,000 sf Recovery Center that offers substance abuse care with residential treatment units. Each building has a service court and one main entry for visitors, staff and patients. The Crisis Assessment Unit (CAU), houses four separate 16-patient units, along with office space, staff support space, patient/visitor support space, exterior courtyards for patients and building support space. The four units contained within this building are Non-secure Routine Assessment, Emergent Assessment, Secure Detox, and Facility Based Crisis Unit. The Substance Abuse Unit (SAU), is a voluntary, residential-based treatment facility of 16 patient rooms, staff space, office space, patient support space, exterior activity space and building support space. This building is designed to accommodate patients for a 10-14 for a 10-14 day stay.