To deliver innovative, evidence-based models of care that meet urgent community needs, including homelessness services with mental health support, intensive behavioral health services, and advanced integrated healthcare.
Fulfilling a need
This project is designed from the ground up to address some of our region’s most urgent and critical challenges. Without investing in effective solutions, behavioral health issues, homelessness, and chronic mental illness and substance use disorders place an unsustainable burden on community resources. With this initiative, Compass Health is poised to build stronger partnerships and provide better outcomes to promote whole person health.
A three-phase project to address a spectrum of needs
Phase I includes 82 new units of housing, coupled with facilities for integrated treatment and support services for people with chronic behavioral health challenges.
This five-story, multi-unit building, known as Andy’s Place, is located on the northwest corner of the current Broadway Campus. The ground floor provides space for on-site program services including peer support, homeless outreach and housing stabilization.
Phase II is a state-of-the-art facility that supports community-based care for individuals who will benefit from intensive services. The 72,000 square foot building will accommodate one 16-bed evaluation and treatment unit and one 16-bed triage. The building will also house offices for crisis prevention, outreach and engagement teams and an on-site pharmacy.
The final phase of the project will include an approximately 100,000 square foot building to house behavioral health services and a primary healthcare clinic. The facility will also host permanent supportive housing units and space for Compass Health administrative offices. More information to come.
Building community support
We publicly launched It’s Time: The Campaign for Compass Health, a $14 million capital campaign to fund Phase II of the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project, which designed to meet intensive mental health needs.
In my eyes, and in the eyes of many, Compass Health is the bridge of hope, and through this project, they are only strengthening and widening that bridge. This is such a timely and important project, and my wife and I are proud to support it. I encourage everyone to learn more about the ways in which this facility will benefit our community and do what they can to help it along, as the need for it grows greater each day.
Dr. Gregg Jantz, Founder of The Center – A Place of Hope
“Our benefactor, Jack Murdock, believed strongly in the importance of investing in resources that support the mental health of individuals. Organizations like Compass Health are doing vital work both in establishing resources but also by building partnerships with community organizations to provide comprehensive support for those in need.”
Pauline Fong, program director at the Murdock Trust.
One of the most important aspects of Compass Health’s care delivery is that we focus on providing community-based treatment. This allows us to provide help to clients where they are, and through this timely treatment, we can improve outcomes and the overall health of our communities. This new facility will enable residents to access immediate care for their needs, offering alternative options to hospitalizations, and ensuring the necessary access and support is maintained, as long as they need it.
Stacey Alles, Chief Operating Officer of Compass Health.
Broadway Development Questions
We know you may have questions about Andy’s Place or the rest of the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project — we’re listening!