Welcome to Andy’s Place
Andy’s Place is a new, 46,877 square-foot, multi-unit building on a formerly vacant parcel on the northwest corner of Compass Health’s Broadway Campus. The five-story building includes 82 units of housing – doubling the number of Compass Health’s housing units in Snohomish County.
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The project operates under the Housing First model for Supportive Housing, which aligns with the City of Everett’s Safe Streets Initiative to help individuals transition out of homelessness by providing low-barrier access to housing while they receive other services and support they need. The building is open, and its units started to be occupied by residents in 2021.
82 Units of Housing
81 units designated for permanent supportive housing, one three-bedroom unit reserved for individuals transitioning back into the community from Western State Hospital. 8 units for homeless veterans.
5,200 Square Foot
Community center with on-site programs and services to support residents.
Helps individuals transition out of homelessness by providing low-barrier access to housing while they receive other services and support they need.
Referrals for available units are primarily made from Snohomish County Coordinated Entry, a central access point which incorporates uniform screening, assessment, and prioritization.
The project also includes units sponsored by the Veterans Administration (VA) and the Aging and Long-Term Support Administration (ALTSA) of DSHS. These units are filled by direct referrals from those agencies who utilize similar uniform screening, assessment, and prioritization as Snohomish County Coordinated Entry.
Snohomish County Coordinated Entry
2-1-1 (or 800-223-8145) Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Carnegie Resource Center, Monday-Friday, between the hours of 9am-4pm at 3001 Oakes Ave, Everett WA 98201.
I am so proud of Compass Health. Even in some of our difficult times [Compass Health] was able to persist and create 82 units of permanent supportive housing for people who so very much need their support and exceptional services
Cassie Franklin, Mayor, City of Everett
Congratulations Compass Health on this grand opening. You’ve created opportunity not just to save lives but to allow people once again to thrive…our community is better today because of Compass Health and the Broadway Redevelopment Project.
Dave Somers, County Executive, Snohomish County
Permanent supportive housing is a known and proven solution for people experiencing chronic behavioral health issues in their lives… These are our friends and neighbors who want to live in community, and this facility will support that by providing a permanent roof over their heads as well as support services so that folks can recover and feel safe and stable.
Senator June Robinson, Washington State Senate, 38th Legislative District
Today, Compass Health is opening doors that will transform the lives of people in this community through a truly inspiring model of integrated housing and care, and we are grateful to be part of their journey.
Steve Walker, Executive Director, Washington State, Housing Finance Commission
Last February, I joined in person to celebrate Phase One groundbreaking of the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project. And in just over year, amid a global pandemic, you persevered in creating 82 units of permanent supportive housing for people who are often the most marginalized and the hardest to engage with.
Representative Rick Larsen, United States House of Representatives, 2nd Congressional District
It’s so important that we have projects like this and organizations like Compass Health stepping up to fill in the gaps. The work being done here to integrate supportive services into affordable housing is particularly important. It helps some of the most marginalized and at-risk community members receive the help they need while keeping a roof over their heads.
Senator Maria Cantwell, United States Senate, Washington
Phase I News & Highlights
With this initiative, Compass Health is poised to build stronger partnerships and provide better outcomes to promote whole person health.