Kaiser Permanente announced this week that it will begin providing mental health services in downtown Sacramento next year.
The health care giant will house the mental health facility in a 17,000-square-foot office at 906 G Street, spokesman Edwin Garcia said. Kaiser will lease the building.
In 2014, Kaiser spent $40 million on a six-story, 210,000-square-foot office building at 501 J Street, which is being transformed into medical offices and an outpatient clinic. Renovations are expected to be completed next year.
Kaiser currently has a sports medicine clinic next to Golden1 Center to serve both Kings players and the public. It is also expected to open a new hospital at the downtown Sacramento rail yard, which will replace the Morse Avenue medical complex.