The master plan is designed to meet needs ranging from homelessness to respite care to transition housing, targeting veterens suffering from Post Trumatic Stress Disorder and Trumatic Brain Injury. The landscape design of the 130-acre site has been carefully crafted to afford veterans with a safe, accessible and engaging outdoor experience. Outdoor spaces, planting and pathways are designed to provide a secure environment that is beautiful and restorative. As part of horticulture and agriculture therapy programs extensive orchards, berries, raised vegetable beds and farm animals will be tended by residents. These programs provide green jobs and a sense of purpose while helping to counter the memories of war and destruction.