The $3.6 million residential facility will enable local drug and alcohol treatment for 700 patients per year.
Boyle said the 12,000-square-foot building will contain 31 beds, including medically-monitored rooms for detox and dormitory style rooms for rehabilitation.
The single-story brick and mineral board building also will contain staff offices, meeting rooms, common space and an outdoor recreation area.
The architect for the project was LR Kimball.
Lehigh County is expected to start accepting patients into the facility late this month.