Located on the former Oswald US Army Reserve Center, Pivotal Point Apartments is a new 20-unit transitional housing facility for Everett Housing Authority to serve women and children who are leaving Everett’s Domestic Violence Services shelter. The project also includes the renovation of an existing building to house an administrative support center. The Domestic Violence Shelter is another project for the same agencies. This is the reuse of other existing structures at the Oswald Reserve Center to house domestic violence victims and their children. This project increases their capacity from 15 to 60 beds and includes a 24-hour crisis line, support group and advocacy services.
Pivotal Point won the NAHRO Awards of Merit and Award of Excellence (National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials). Because of that award, it was then featured on the cover and pages 20, 23 and 24 of the March/April edition of the Journal of Housing and Community Development magazine.