About Us

Compass Health's mission is to advance behavioral health in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom counties

Compass Health is Northwest Washington’s behavioral healthcare leader. We integrate behavioral health and medical care services to support clients and communities when and where they need us.

Building on a century of experience, we are forging new, nationally recognized models of care that bring together highly skilled mental health professionals, primary care providers, peer counselors and others to treat the whole person.

We address complex healthcare needs in partnership with first responders and other community organizations, and form a key section of the community safety net to serve our clients and others who need our care and support.

From comprehensive mental health treatment to crisis prevention and intervention, supportive housing, children’s services, community education and much more, our non-profit organization serves people of all ages throughout Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom counties.

Our Core

Integrity

Acting with respect and dignity in the pursuit of advancing care and client outcomes.

Dedication

Compassionately committed to improving the well-being of our communities.

Diversity

Embracing and celebrating the singular value of all our employees, clients and communities.

Connection

Building strong and lasting relationships and partnerships that strengthen our communities.

Excellence

Utilizing research and evidence-based approaches to advance care delivery for diverse populations.

Leadership

Promoting growth, stability and integrity to advance our organization and entire industry.

Financial Management

Responsibly balancing organizational costs, service excellence and revenue resources.

Resourcefulness

Creating innovative approaches to accessing funding resources and delivering better care.

Collaboration

Partnering with providers and community organizations, to build a better system of care for everyone.

Our Leadership

Honed by decades of experience, Compass Health is proud of our leadership team’s broad clinical and operational expertise within the behavioral healthcare industry. Together, they are leading us into the future of integrated healthcare, and setting an example for the entire industry to follow.

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Our Results

9,186

Adults

4,858

Youth

Number of people we’ve provided a broad spectrum of outpatient counseling services to and who have ongoing mental health issues.

756

Adults

407

Youth

Number of people we’ve offered intensive outpatient mental health services to with severe and persistent behavioral disorders.

200

Youth

Number of people we’ve provided intensive outpatient services and supports to with complex behavioral health needs and their families.

3860

Adults

370

Youth

Number of people we’ve provided emergency and triage services to assist in behavioral health crisis to access services and support.

79

Adults

Number of people we’ve provided new housing and essential support services for with mental illness who would otherwise be homeless, in jail, or in the emergency room.

1,109

Adults

133

Youth

Number of people we’ve provided brief transitional treatment for those transitioning from jail or hospital settings back to the community to ensure stability and prevent return to facilities.

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Our History

With more than a century of experience caring for our communities, Compass Health was established as Parkland Lutheran Children’s Home in 1901. We have since grown into an industry leader, providing more than 22,000 people with comprehensive behavioral healthcare, housing and integrated healthcare each year.

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Our Philosophy

Compass Health strives to provide appropriate services tailored to each client’s unique needs. Our guiding philosophy is grounded in:

  • Providing a full continuum of care: all ages, all services seamlessly integrated.
  • Community-based services.
  • Delivering the least restrictive services and preventive approaches.
  • Maximizing client independence.
  • Focusing on client strengths, and developing and using their natural supports.
  • Respecting individual differences and being culturally competent.
  • Respecting client rights and confidentiality (see Notice of Private Practices)
  • Providing the right type of care at the right time.

Annual Reports

Read our 2017 Annual Report to learn about our latest financial data, client stories, and outcomes to improve the health of our communities.

Testimonials

We are proud to support and help our clients improve their overall health and lives. Learn more about some of their personal success stories.

Media Contact

Working on a story? Want to speak with a Compass Health expert? Contact us today for responsive assistance.

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You can also find other items like our Media Kit and Service Map.

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