Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project

What is the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project?

The Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project is a three-phase project that will create a state-of-the-art regional center to bring together a full continuum of behavioral healthcare, primary healthcare and permanent supportive housing services in downtown Everett.

Our Purpose

To deliver innovative, evidence-based models of care that meet urgent community needs, including addressing homelessness with mental health support, prevention and early intervention 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.

Rendering showing new apartment complex
Rendering of Phase I: Permanent Supportive Housing; Courtesy of EnvironmentalWorks

It’s Time!

Compass Health Breaks Ground on Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project

For many months, all of us at Compass Health have waited in anticipation for the start of construction on our Broadway Campus Redevelopment project. Now, it’s officially underway as our CEO Tom Sebastian joined Washington State Governor Jay Inslee, Senator Maria Cantwell, Congressman Rick Larsen and Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin at the groundbreaking ceremony for our phase-one permanent supportive housing facility.

During the ceremony, Tom and our city, state and federal leaders addressed the importance of the project’s goal to leverage our approach to community-based care to divert patients from inpatient settings and ease the burden on local hospitals, law enforcement and homeless services.


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2020 Phase I Groundbreaking Group Shot
From left to right: Mark Ronish (BNBuilders), U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin, Bill Singer (Environmental Works), Michelle Morlan (LOTUS Development Partners), Roxanne Cronin (Compass Health Board Member), David Schnieder (Compass Health Board Chair), U.S. Representative Rick Larsen, Governor Jay Inslee, Tom Sebastian (Compass Health President/CEO).

Phase I: Permanent Supportive Housing

Phase I includes 82 new units of permanent supportive housing, coupled with facilities for integrated treatment and support services for people with chronic behavioral health challenges. The new five-story, multi-family building will be located on the northwest corner of the current Broadway Campus. The ground floor will provide space for on-site program services including peer support, homeless outreach and housing stabilization.

Phase II: Behavioral Health Prevention & Early Intervention

Phase II of the project will provide an advanced facility for a range of adaptable services to meet individual care needs. The 82,000 square foot building will accommodate one 16-bed inpatient unit and one 16-bed crisis stabilization unit.  The facility will also house residential treatment for people with co-occurring mental health / chemical dependency disorders, an intensive outpatient behavioral healthcare unit; and offices for crisis prevention, outreach and engagement teams.

Phase III: Integrated Behavioral & Primary Healthcare

The final phase of the project will include an approximately 100,000 square foot building to house behavioral health services along with a primary healthcare clinic and pharmacy. The facility will also host permanent supportive housing units and space for Compass Health administrative offices.

Broadway By the Numbers

Phase I

Cost: $26 million

Breaking ground: Spring 2020

Funding Partners: Washington State Housing Trust Fund, Snohomish County Housing and Community Services, Washington State Housing Finance Commission, National Equity Fund, Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, Coastal Community Bank, Impact Capital, Washington Community Reinvestment Association, Key Bank N.A., Housing Authority of Snohomish County, private foundations, and individual donors.

Anticipated opening: 2021

Phase II

Cost: $44 million

Anticipated opening: Winter 2023

Funding partners: Washington State Behavioral Health Facilities Funds, Washington State Building Communities Fund, Primary Care Development Corporation, and private funds from individual, corporate, and foundation donors.

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