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County health plans new $24M complex in Oceanside
San Diego Union-Tribune

A nearly 60-year-old complex that houses mental and public health services in Oceanside will be demolished early next year, and replaced with a bigger building on the same spot.

Officials said the old structure has outlived its usefulness. It was built in the late 1950s, along Mission Avenue a few blocks east of Interstate 5.

The new $24 million complex will fit with a recent shift by the county’s Health and Human Services Agency to create one-stop Live Well Centers, where a number of different services are offered out of one building.