Thank you to everyone who attended our virtual town hall!
It was great to have so many community members and supporters online with us as we shared our vision for our Broadway Campus.
The Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project is the biggest capital investment Compass Health has ever embarked on, and we’re so excited to share our vison with you.
This purpose-built facility will reflect the exceptional quality, sophistication, and respectfulness of our intensive behavioral health services – a dynamic that will benefit every single member of our community.
If you were not able to make it to our virtual town hall but would still like to learn more about our vision, you can watch the recording of the town hall, or you can learn more on our website.
Learn more about the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project
Take a tour of Andy’s Place, our new supportive housing building
Q&A from the Town Hall
Q: When is construction going to take place? When do you plan to open?
Abatement is scheduled to begin later this year, with construction following. We’re estimating about 2 years of construction.
Q: What is going to happen to the programs and clients when the current building gets demolished?
Our programs will be moved to other Compass Health sites. Our Intensive Outpatient Team for Adults will move into the community space at Andy’s Place. Our PACT team will move office spaces, but use Andy’s Place as a meeting place for clients. The Triage will move to a new location in Everett. Other teams will co-locate at existing Compass Health sites. We will update our website with information.
We understand that some of the moves will take adjusting, but these moves will not impact the quality of care our clients will receive. Majority of the programs in the current facility are community-based; clinicians meeting clients in the community when and where they need it.
Q: What services are going to be in the new building?
The 72,000-square-foot building will accommodate a variety of intensive behavioral health services:
- One 16-bed evaluation & treatment unit.
- One 16-bed triage unit.
- Intensive outpatient behavioral health care services (Program for Assertive Community Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, and Expanded Community Services)
- Offices for crisis prevention, outreach, and community engagement teams.
Q: What is the estimated cost? How is the building being funded?
Phase II is projected to cost $50 million.
Funding is being secured from an array of private and public sources at national, state, and local levels:
- Washington State Department of Commerce (originated from Governor Inslee’s Capital Budget proposal)
- Washington State Behavioral Health Facilities Fund
- Washington State Building Communities Fund
- Federal New Market Tax Credits
- Community Project Funding (competitive funding request secured through Representative Rick Larsen’s office)
- Private grants and donations
Have questions or want to learn more? Email us!