In early June, local nonprofit Room Redux will open new office and warehouse buildings at 2051 Bunker St., New Braunfels.

Founded in 2018 by Susie Vybiral, Room Redux coordinates with caregivers, caseworkers, counselors and volunteers to transform the rooms of children who have endured trauma in order to create a safe space where they can heal.

The organization now operates in more than 20 cities around the world and will use the new buildings as its international headquarters.

Through grant funding and volunteer time, the organization began construction in fall 2020 on the two buildings, according to a press release. Room Redux partnered with Arched Cabins, a Houston company that designs building kits for small cabins, to construct the arched structures that will house donations and offices.

Additionally, several community groups, contractors, organizations and companies assisted in the construction, according to the release.