At Compass Health, we are always innovating and expanding access to care across our communities. Our Broadway Campus Redevelopment is one of our most ambitious projects – and we are thrilled the Everett Herald featured it in a front-page story this week.
In the article, you’ll find details about our new supportive housing facility, which will double our housing capacity in Snohomish County, along with plans for a state-of-the-art behavioral health treatment center focused on prevention and early intervention.
Our CEO Tom Sebastian noted the significance of the project for the Everett community.
“It’s a super effective model,” said Tom Sebastian, CEO of Compass Health. “Housing is really the lynch pin for creating the opportunity for economic prosperity and better health outcomes.”
Our supportive housing facility features 82 units and will be built at the corner of Lombard Avenue and 33rd Street. In addition, the ground floor will provide space for on-site program services to support residents, including peer support, homeless outreach and housing stabilization. By operating the project under Housing First model for Supportive Housing, which aligns with the City of Everett’s Safe Streets initiative, we will help individuals transition out of homelessness and provide low-barrier access to the support and services they need.
The second phase of our project includes 82,000 square foot building accommodating three 16-bed units to provide triage, evaluation and treatment, and residential treatment for people with co-occurring disorders; crisis services; outpatient behavioral healthcare; and offices for crisis prevention, outreach and engagement teams.
As we continue to transform comprehensive care, this campus will enable us to meet our community’s urgent needs. We’re excited by the Herald’s coverage and look forward to continuing to support whole person health. The full article can be found here.