Compass Health is growing and we are looking for compassionate and skilled people like you!

As the region’s largest non-profit community behavioral healthcare organization, we have more than a century of experience serving our clients and communities. Our commitment to care doesn’t stop with our clients though. We are equally committed to making Compass Health one of the best places to work in the entire industry. We take pride in offering competitive compensation and industry leading benefits. Our company culture also embodies continuous learning, growth, and advancement with a dedicated focus on employee satisfaction and work, life balance.

Disclaimer: Compass Health promotes equal treatment and equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, marital status, sexual minority status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability unless based on a bona fide occupational qualification.

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Mental Health Counselor / Clinician II (Everett)

Compass Health is currently looking for a Clinician II / Mental Health Counselor for our Everett Adult Out Patient facility. The Clinician II / Mental Health provider provides a range of clinically indicated services including but not limited to individual psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, and case management services for adults/older adults with behavioral health conditions. This position is responsible for assessing client functioning and needs, and partnering with the client to develop an individually tailored care plan designed to promote recovery. This position may also provide clinical support to Interns as appropriate.

SUDP - Substance use Disorder Professional) - San Juan Island

Compass Health is currently looking for a SUDP at our Outpatient Program in San Juan County. As part of a multi-disciplinary therapeutic team, the CD Counselor provides chemical dependency services to adults and youth and their families. For more information contact or call 360-378-2669. To apply online go to:

Mental Health Counselor/Clinician II (Cocoon House in Everett)

Compass Health is currently looking for a Clinician II for our Cocoon Program. The Clinician II provides a range of clinically indicated services, including but not limited to individual psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, and case management services for children/youth who are residents at specific Cocoon facilities including teen shelter or maternity group home regarding behavioral health conditions. This position is responsible for assessing client/family functioning and needs, and partnering with the Cocoon staff and the client to develop a care plan designed to address the client/families goals during their stay at the Cocoon facility as well as supporting discharge plans.

Medical, Dental, & Vision

Stay healthy with free medical, dental, and vision insurance.

    Premiums for medical, dental and vision benefits are paid 100 percent by Compass Health for all employees working at least 30 hours per week. This is nearly $6,000 of free benefits in your pocket each year! We also have an optional Flexible Spending Account, which helps set aside pre-tax dollars for any additional out-of-pocket medical expenses. (Please note: Employees working between 18 and 29 hours per week are eligible for pro-rated coverage, and employees working less than 18 hours per week are not eligible for insurance benefits.)


Where will you go with 3+ weeks of vacation time?

    Compass Health offers 16 days of paid vacation to all employees during their first year of employment. Employees also accrue additional vacation days with increased tenure, so the longer you work here the more vacation time you earn! Additionally, unused vacation time can even be carried over to the next year.

Sick Time

Take time to rest and heal with 12 additional sick days.

    Full-time and part-time employees accrue one day of paid sick leave for each month of employment, meaning you earn 12 sick days on top of 16 vacation days. We also offer employees the option to convert sick leave to vacation time once a year.

Paid Holidays

Make traditions and enjoy all your family time with12 paid holidays

    Compass Health employees are given 10 paid holidays each year, plus two personal floating holidays that can be used any time. Our paid holidays include: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day After Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas Day.


We’ll help you continue to learn and give you time to grow.

    Compass Health has established an education fund for each regular full-time employee of $300, and provides 5 days of education leave per calendar year. Both the education funds and the leave time can also be carried over for a maximum of one year.


Saving for the future has never been this easy.

    All Compass Health employees can immediately enroll in our 403(b) retirement plan upon hire. After a year of employment, Compass Health automatically provides a base contribution of 3 percent of gross pay into a retirement fund. Additionally, we match up to 2 percent more of an employee’s voluntary deferrals.

Loan Forgiveness

Your expertise is needed, but your student debt might not be.

    Compass Health offers the opportunity to participate in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF), which allows eligible full-time employees to potentially seek forgiveness on a federal loan up to $57,000. The PSLF forgives the remaining balance of qualified Direct Loans after 120 qualifying payments have been made under a qualifying repayment plan, while working full-time for a qualifying employer.

Great Work Culture

Experience and make a difference at Compass Health.

    Compass Health offers a flexible work environment, a focus on work, life balance, employee engagement and recognition programs, opportunities for continuous learning and advancement and much more. We care deeply about the health and well-being of all our employees, which is why we also provide a free Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in addition to our other health benefits. Through our EAP, employees also have access to high-quality, confidential counseling, and legal services.


Community Transitions / Community Paramedic Program

South County Fire logo The South County Fire Community Resource Paramedic Program in partnership with Compass Health follows up with at-risk patients who make frequent, multiple calls to 911. The team consisting of 2 Community Resource Paramedics, 1 Compass Health Clinician, and 1 Compass Health Certified Peer Counselor provide non-emergency assistance to help frequent 911 callers access social services and other resources to better meet their needs. They respond to the callers through telephone calls or home visits. The team provides medical and behavioral health assessments, support and advocacy for clients to make gains in healthy living choices with connections to vitally important services. The needs of the clients cover vast territory and the team stays with the person until positive outcomes have been gained. The program also has a Falls Prevention Specialist component, assisted by Veterans, who provide follow-up education and services to older adults who have fallen or are at risk of falling. These staff also provide home safety assessments and social service connections as necessary. Verdant Health Commission Logo This service is available in South Snohomish County and is sponsored by a grant from the Verdant Health Commission.

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North Sound Community HUB

  • Healthcare Integration

What is a Community HUB?

The North Sound Accountable Community of Health (NSACH) is launching the North Sound Community HUB based on the Pathways Community HUB model. This model is a strategy for community-based care coordination and is made up of a HUB and Care Coordination Agencies (CCAs). CCAs provide care coordination for individuals in the community who are most at risk for poor health and social outcomes. In the delivery of care coordination services, the Care Coordinator identifies and addresses risk factors that are the primary sources of poor health, physical and behavioral, and social outcomes. Risk factors are assigned to a pathway and these pathways guide care coordination through to a measurable outcome; there are 20 pathways, some examples include housing, employment, medical referral, behavioral health, medication management, and social service referral. The care coordination services information is entered into the HUB (centralized system), which, along with the whole person focus, facilitates reduction in fragmentation and duplication in services and improves accountability and outcomes.

What is Compass Health's role in the North Sound Community HUB?

Compass Health will be one of three Care Coordination Agencies initially and will be serving Snohomish County to start.

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Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The Adult Intensive Outpatient Program serves individuals with severe and persistent behavioral health disorders whose needs are better met with more frequent contact and outreach. This service is a home- and community-based mental health, high-intensity treatment service that provides a multi-disciplinary treatment team approach to assessed individuals in the greatest need of these services. Team members work together to provide intensive coordinated and integrated treatment as described in an individual service plan. Services are designed to rehabilitate individuals who are experiencing severe mental illness symptoms in the community; thereby, a main goal is to avoid more restrictive levels of service such as psychiatric inpatient hospitalization or residential placement and facilitate step down to more traditional outpatient services when ready. Goals of IOP include client reinforcement of safety, promotion of stability and independence of the individual in the community, and restoration and stabilization to a higher level of functioning. The treatment team may be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, often in the client’s home or community, to support individualized treatment needs, ensuring that during a crisis, services are delivered by someone who is directly involved in ongoing care. IOP services are ongoing services and not Emergency Services. The IOP clinicians are the primary program staff responsible for the support of clients in their program.  

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Adult Outpatient Services

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The Adult Outpatient Program provides a broad spectrum of counseling services to adult clients who have mental health issues. This service gives the assistance clients need to reduce or manage their mental health symptoms by improving their coping and daily living skills. Services include individual, family, and group therapy, as well as community support services. There are many reasons why an adult may seek mental health treatment including those related to depression, anxiety, and mood disorders that impede their quality of life. More severe or debilitating symptoms associated with trauma, psychosis and schizophrenia are also common reasons for someone to seek mental health treatment. Compass Health utilizes a number of evidence-based practices to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients, including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and illness management and recovery.

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Camp Mariposa®

  • Children, Youth & Family

Camp Mariposa Logo - Eluna Camp Mariposa® is national addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families. Camp Mariposa® is offered free of charge to all families. Children ages 9-12 attend transformational weekend camps multiple times a year. Campers participate in fun, traditional camp activities combined with education and support exercises led by mental health professionals and trained mentors. Additional educational, social and mentoring activities are offered for campers, teens, and their families throughout the year. These activities build knowledge, coping skills, confidence and an opportunity to connect with one another. Led by mental health professionals and trained volunteers, Camp Mariposa® provides a safe, fun and supportive environment critical to helping break the cycle of addiction. The camp is led by Compass Health’s Children’s Intensive Services mental health professionals. Compass Health staff and volunteer Mentors provide therapeutic activities in a beautiful camp setting.

2020 Camp Mariposa® Weekends:

  • January 24th-26th
  • March 13th-15th (Postponed)
  • May 1st-3rd (Cancelled)
  • July 10th-12th (Cancelled)
  • September 11th-13th *pending Snohomish County public health guidelines*
  • October 16th-18th *pending Snohomish County public health guidelines*

Virtual Camp Weekends:

  • August Virtual Camp:

    • August 29th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (10:30am-11:30am)
  • September Virtual Camp:

    • Friday, September 25th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (6:00pm-7:30pm)
    • Saturday, September 26th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (9:00am-1:00pm)
  • October Virtual Camp:

    • Friday, October 23rd --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (6:00pm-7:30pm)
    • Saturday, October 24th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (9:00am-1:00pm)
  • December Virtual Camp:

    • Friday, December 18th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (6:00pm-7:30pm)
    • Saturday, December 19th --- VIRTUAL CAMP! (9:00am-1:00pm)

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Child and Family Outpatient Services

  • Children, Youth & Family

Child and Family Outpatient services provide an array of counseling and support services to families with children and youth who may have emotional and/or behavioral challenges. Compass Health services are designed to promote positive changes in behavior, help the child /youth and family learn appropriate coping skills, improve communication skills including learning to resolve conflict and manage emotions in a healthy manner. Families seek counseling for a variety of reasons. Sometimes circumstantial life changes can bring about symptoms of depression, anxiety, and mood disorders which impede the child or youth’s everyday life. Youth may have challenges at school, with peers, or in the community. Problems related to traumatic experiences that impact the child, youth and/or their family often initiate the request for counseling in an effort to relieve painful feelings. Compass Health services are tailored to meet the developmental needs of the children and youth and we work to involve family members including foster parents and guardians when that will benefit the client. We offer individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy using evidenced-based practices as well as case management services to coordinate with schools, Children’s Administration, juvenile justice and other systems that are involved with the particular client. This service is available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan & Whatcom counties. To access this service, call 844-822-7609 and request an outpatient assessment; the outpatient assessor can refer you to this service if indicated. If you are already enrolled in services at Compass Health, talk to your clinician about this service.

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Children’s Intensive Outpatient Treatment (WISe)

  • Children, Youth & Family

WISe is available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, & San Juan Counties for children/youth up to 20 years of age. WISe TAY (Transition Age Youth) is available in Skagit County & Whatcom County for youth 13-20 years of age.   Children’s Intensive Outpatient Services supports children and their families in their community in a least restrictive environment using the Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) model. Wraparound works to honor the family voice and choice, identify strengths, build natural supports and foster self-sufficiency. Wraparound teams provide comprehensive behavioral health services and supports to Medicaid-eligible individuals, up to 20 years of age, with complex behavioral health needs and their families. The goal of the program is for eligible youth to live and thrive in their homes and communities, as well as to avoid or reduce disruptive out-of-home placements. Assessment, treatment, and support services are provided in the youth and family’s natural setting, where needs and challenges present themselves (such as the home, school and community). WISe services are available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom (TAY only) counties.  


Anyone can request a referral for a WISe screen by calling our centralized WISe referral line at 425-349-8337 or email

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Community Outreach and Recovery Support Team (CORS)

The Community Outreach and Recovery Support Team (CORS) is a specialty program that works with adults in the community who need extra assistance to engage with treatment services and stabilize their housing situation. The team consists of a mix of Peer Counselors and Clinicians, who work in the community to outreach to individuals who would benefit from more intensive treatment services. The CORS team coordinates closely with other Compass Health treatment teams, as well as community partners who serve the same individuals. This service is available in Whatcom County. To access these services email the CORS program at to receive a call from program staff within one to two business days. If you are already a Compass Health client, speak with your clinician.

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Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT)

  • Crisis Services

The Crisis Prevention & Intervention Team (CPIT) is now the Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) as of 7/1/19.   The Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) is a community-based outreach team with the ability to respond to and provide crisis services in the community (e.g., homes, schools, shelters). The Team serves adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing a behavioral health (mental health and/or substance use) crisis regardless of their funding source. MCOT offers short term crisis intervention and prevention services utilizing strength-based, solution-focused, culturally competent, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented interventions. MCOT consists of a team of behavioral health professionals, including mental health professionals,  certified peer counselors, and chemical dependency professionals collaborating with the individual in crisis and their family members to develop a plan to get through the current crisis, manage future crises, and move towards recovery.

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Crisis Triage & Stabilization

  • Crisis Services
  • Substance Use Disorders

Compass Health provides two Crisis Triage facilities -- one located at the Bailey Center in Everett and one in Bellingham, WA. Both Triage programs utilize a recovery model to assist those in behavioral health crisis to access services and supports and resume typical levels of functioning. Multi-disciplinary teams of Peer Counselors, Mental Health Technicians, Clinicians, Nurses, and Psychiatric providers work together to address their needs.

Snohomish County Triage Center

The Snohomish County Triage Center (SCTC) in Everett can accommodate 16 individuals recovering from a mental health crisis or who need non-medical sobering support. We receive referrals directly from law enforcement, local hospitals, self-referrals as walk in’s and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) in an attempt to divert those in behavioral health crisis from local Emergency Departments and Jails. The SCTC also maintains a direct phone (425-349-7289) for referrals from professionals, community members and those wishing to self-refer.

Community members can also call the Crisis Care Line at (800-584-3578) where professional staff are positioned to offer assistance to ensure that the help offered is appropriate for the crisis that someone is experiencing.

Whatcom County Triage Center

The Whatcom County Triage Center (WCTC) in Bellingham can accommodate 5 individuals who are recovering from a mental health crisis. We provide crisis stabilization, walk-in emergency and next day appointments. Referrals to the WCTC can be made by calling the Crisis Care Line at 800-584-3578. Professionals can call directly to make referrals at 360-676-2020. The mental health facility is co-located with a detox facility that is operated by Pioneer Services, to which individuals needing non-medical sobering support can be referred.

Lengths of stay for both facilities can vary from hours to several days and is dependent on the details of any given crisis episode. This service is available in Snohomish & Whatcom counties. To access this service, call the VOA Care Crisis Response Services 'the Care Crisis Line" at 1-800-584-3578, 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year to speak with a licensed mental health professional who will assess the situation and make appropriate referrals.

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Emergency Motel Voucher Program (EMVP)

  • Homeless Support & Supported Housing

The Emergency Motel Voucher Program is only available for individuals in Snohomish and Skagit counties in Washington State.

The Emergency Motel Voucher Program (EMVP) is available in Snohomish and Skagit counties and provides short-term assistance to individuals and families in an effort to reduce the number of households who return to emergency shelters.

The goal of the EMVP is to break the cycle of homelessness before it begins by reaching as many individuals as possible and providing intervention in time of crisis. This program allows recipients stability, safety, and the peace of mind required to make a positive change. While a motel voucher is not a permanent solution, it allows our clients a safe place to stay off the streets while our clinicians work with them to find affordable, permanent housing options. Vouchers are good for up to seven days and can be renewed to provide up to 14 days of emergency housing in instances where individuals might be returned to the street to provide more time for placement. Compass Health's standing relationships with local motels allow the organization to quickly house an individual or family. The EMVP allows Compass Health to work collaboratively with not only our own clients, but with other non-profit providers in the community who are facing the same challenges for their own clients. We are extremely grateful to our private funders for their generous support of the successful Emergency Motel Voucher Program.  

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Evaluation & Treatment Facility

  • Inpatient Services

Compass Health's Evaluation and Treatment facility provides a 16-bed inpatient program in Mukilteo to mentally ill adults under 72-hour involuntary detention and/or 14-day commitment in accordance with Washington State Involuntary Treatment Act, RCW 71.05. Evaluation begins upon admission to obtain baseline information and to assess physical status, preform psychological evaluation and mental status examination and determine global functioning. The data is continually updated in an individualized treatment plan to provide the highest quality of care possible in a dynamic situation. Clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction are assessed and the data is used to improve treatment within our quality improvement program. Our team of qualified professional staff includes Psychiatric Prescribers, Registered Nurses, Clinicians, Technicians and Peer Counselors who work as a multidisciplinary team to deliver clinical services within a medical model. Registered Nurses are onsite 24 hours a day to provide nursing service functions. Therapeutic didactic groups, medication educations group, recreational therapy, socialization and activities of daily living are offered daily. Our clinicians provide family intervention and support on an ongoing basis. This service is available in Snohomish County. To access these services, individuals must be referred by a Designated Mental Health Professional.

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Expanded Community of Services for Older Adults (ECSOA)

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The ECSOA program is designed to support adults and older adults who require placement in adult family homes or skilled nursing facilities, but who have difficulty maintaining their placement due to significant mental health conditions. The goal of the program is reintegration of individuals with acute mental illness into less restrictive community settings, as an alternative to continued inpatient hospitalization. Compass Health clinicians and medical providers provide treatment services for the individual, as well as training and support for the facility staff. The ECSOA program provides counseling and behavior modification together with psychiatric medication consultation and prescriptive services in adult family homes and nursing facilities. Training is provided to facility staff to help them better understand and address the needs of persons living with mental illnesses. The ECSOA Team includes geriatric mental health specialists, mental health clinicians, and psychiatric nurse practitioners. Acceptance into the program requires the approval by a committee of Home and Community Services. This service is available in Snohomish, Skagit, & Whatcom counties. To access this service, individuals must be referred by Home and Community Services through your DSHS Social Worker.  

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Genoa Pharmacy

  • Genoa Pharmaceutical Services

Genoa Logo Genoa Healthcare builds on-site full-service pharmacies for the Mental Health Community. They understand the unique and special needs of our clients. A number of services are offered to help improve medication compliance and also allow our doctors to work closely with the pharmacist on medications to keep lines of communication open. Genoa Healthcare pharmacies offer confidential and discrete services to clients and conveniently fill prescriptions. We are proud to have partnered with Genoa Healthcare since 2004 to provide a full-service pharmacy located in our Bailey Center in Everett, WA with a new site at our McLeod Office in Bellingham. In addition, Genoa Healthcare is able to provide pharmacy services to all our clients served at other Compass Health locations.

Everett - Bailey Building

Phone: (425) 349-6800

Bellingham - McLeod Office

Phone: (360) 543-8254 Fax: 1 (360) 799-4674   Find out more about Genoa Healthcare!

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Health Homes

  • Healthcare Integration

Health Homes provide integration and coordination of primary and specialty medical care services for those individuals who qualify for this benefit by the Washington State Health Care Authority. Health Homes interventions focus on the following six services: comprehensive care management, care coordination and health promotion, comprehensive transitional care and follow up, patient and family support, referral to community and social support services and use of information technology to link services if applicable. The goal of Health Homes is to achieve improved health outcomes for qualified individuals by actively evaluating needs and strengths and by using an individual's virtues to further their independent pursuit of health and wellness. Health Homes are available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom counties. To access these services, individuals must be referred by the Apple Health Plan.

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Housing Services Overview

  • Homeless Support & Supported Housing

Compass Health currently provides affordable housing assistance to more than 500 individuals throughout Snohomish, Skagit, and Island Counties, and we maintain a waitlist of more than 500 additional Compass Health clients waiting for housing assistance, many of whom are homeless. Housing services are available to adults 18 years of age and older who are receiving services; primarily single adults, although there are some resources available for families with children. We are able to provide safe and affordable housing in a variety of ways, through ownership and management of houses and apartment complexes, sponsorship of subsidies such as Shelter Plus Care and Section 8, and collaborations with area Housing Authorities and other housing providers. By providing safe and affordable housing, we are offering our clients an opportunity to focus more fully on symptom management and daily living skills, rather then whether they will be spending the night on the street or in an unhealthy or stressful environment. For more information about housing assistance, please discuss with your clinician.

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Involuntary Treatment Act Services

  • Crisis Services

Designated Crisis Responders provide legal assessment of grave disability and/or danger to self or others (as a result of a mental health or substance use disorder) for possible involuntary detention to a behavioral health facility. As a component of the evaluation, it must be determined that other, less restrictive options for stabilization of the crisis have been ruled out or deemed inappropriate. Additionally, it is expected that the investigation include attempts to interview other significant professional and natural supports as well as reviewing client’s behavioral health history to ascertain a more complete picture of client’s current needs. This service is available in Skagit, Island, San Juan, & Whatcom counties. To access this service, call the VOA Care Crisis Response Services 'the Care Crisis Line' at 1-800-584-3578 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year to speak with a mental health professional who will assess the situation and make appropriate referrals.

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Jail Transition Services

The Jail Transition program provides short-term transitional services to adults returning to the community from jail. Individuals are referred to this program prior to leaving the jail. Services provided include a needs assessment, comprehensive community support, assistance with obtaining financial entitlements and housing, medication monitoring, referral to needed resources and linkage to ongoing mental health services. This service is available in Whatcom county. To access these services, individuals must be referred by the jail.  

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Non-Medicaid Transitions Program

  • Healthcare Integration

The Non-Medicaid Short Term Case Management program provides short-term outpatient services for individuals who do not have Medicaid or have other methods of paying for services. It includes stabilization and connection to community resources, including application for benefits that might provide the opportunity for ongoing treatment and increased health and wellness. These services are available in Snohomish County. To access this service, call 844-822-7609 and request an outpatient assessment; the outpatient assessor can refer you to this service if indicated. If you are already enrolled in services at Compass Health, talk to your clinician about this service.  

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Offender Re-entry Community Safety Program (ORCSP)

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The ORCSP program is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals from the Department of Corrections and Compass Health. This team assists designated participants with a risk of reoffending and a history of mental illness, in transitioning out of the prison system. The ORCSP Team meets with the participant multiple times prior to release from prison to collectively develop a release plan. Participants are enrolled in outpatient treatment services, and receive additional support from the ORCSP Team to address needs related to community stability. Admission to this program is determined by the ORCSP Committee while the participants are still incarcerated in a correctional facility in Washington State. Upon discharge from prison, participants are typically released with mandated DOC supervision requirements. Participants may remain in the program after they have fulfilled their DOC supervision requirements. The clinician identifies strategies and works with the client, other social service agencies, and state and local criminal justice departments to provide community-based treatment. The service goal is to meet the long term needs of the client regarding their mental health symptoms and to help them adjust successfully into the community. This service is available in Snohomish, Skagit, & Whatcom counties. To access this service, individuals must be referred by the Department of Corrections.

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Older Adult Outpatient Services

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The Older Adult Outpatient Services provide outpatient treatment services to older adults ages 60 and over. Services may include mental health assessments, individual counseling, therapeutic groups, comprehensive community support, and medication evaluation and medication management services. Treatments are individually tailored to meet the need of each client and their family or caregivers as appropriate. There are many reasons that older adults seek mental health treatment including issues related to depression, anxiety, and mood disorders that impede their quality of life. Services help the client and their care givers support the client to improve their coping skills and reduce the mental health symptoms. This service is available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, & Whatcom counties. To access this service, call 844-822-7609 and request an outpatient assessment; the outpatient assessor can refer you to this service if indicated. If you are already enrolled in services at Compass Health, talk to your clinician about this service.    

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Payeeship and Finance Management Services

  • Specialty Services

Compass Health offers payee/financial management services. Current Compass Health clients can apply for payee services through their clinician. If you are not currently a client at Compass Health, but wish to sign up for payee/financial management services you can call 425-349-6831. The payee program is able to:

  • Pay rent, utilities and other bills on time
  • Help clients manage their finances
  • Provide clients with spending money each month
There is a small monthly fee that is charged to your account to provide these services. If you have questions about our payee services, please call 425-349-6831. Individuals not enrolled in services may also call 425-349-6831.  

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Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)

  • Adult Outpatient Services

The Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is an evidence-based intensive outpatient treatment program designed to assist adults overcome the barriers to their recovery from severe and persistent behavioral health disorders. The program operates with a strength-based and person-centered approach and is targeted to individuals with severe behavioral health disorders who exhibit continuous high service needs, who have experienced multiple inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations, and who have been unable to benefit from more traditional outpatient behavioral healthcare. PACT services are provided by a multi-disciplinary team that includes mental health professionals, a psychiatric prescriber, nurses, a substance use disorder specialist, a vocational specialist, peer counselors, and community support specialists. The entire PACT team carries the caseload rather than an individual clinician. The majority of services are provided in the client’s home or other community settings. Clients are seen several times per week, and sometimes multiple times per day, in order to promote stabilization and recovery. Services include comprehensive assessment, individualized treatment planning, service coordination, counseling and psychotherapy, co-occurring disorder treatment, vocational services, comprehensive community support, peer support, assistance with daily living activities, crisis intervention, and psychiatric evaluation, prescribing, and medication monitoring. Services are provided seven days per week including weekends and holidays in Snohomish and Skagit counties. Crisis services are available to PACT clients from their treatment team 24/7. This service is available in Snohomish & Skagit counties. To access this service, individuals must be referred by a PACT team member, who will submit your referral to the North Sound Behavioral Health Organization.

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Project for Assistance in the Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

  • Homeless Support & Supported Housing

The PATH program provides outreach to homeless adults on the streets, in shelters, and in other non-traditional settings in Snohomish and Whatcom counties. Program staff screen individuals for needed resources and services including financial entitlements, insurance, food, shelter, medical care, veterans assistance, and mental health and substance use disorder treatment. The program also assists in the identification of housing options, assists with related applications, and provides support regarding obtaining and maintaining housing. The program provides transitional pre-treatment community support services, referral, advocacy, and linkage to needed ongoing behavioral healthcare and other community resources. The PATH program is administered by the Center for Mental Health Services, a component of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), one of eight Public Health Service agencies within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. PATH includes the following services:

  • Outreach
  • Supportive counseling
  • Psychiatric assessments
  • Case management
  • Medication management
  • Housing services
  • Assistance in obtaining medical coverage and financial benefits.
This service is available in Snohomish & Whatcom counties. To access these services call 425-349-6800 and request to talk with someone about PATH.  

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Psychiatric Services

  • Medical Services

Psychiatric services are an integrated component of almost all programs at Compass Health. Psychiatrists and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners provide evaluations, medication management and medication training/administration for adults, older adults, children and youth. This service is available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, & Whatcom counties. To access these services, individuals start by engaging in another service or program with Compass Health. Your treatment team will work with you to determine if the specialty care of a psychiatric provider should be part of your comprehensive treatment plan.

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Residential Treatment Facilities (RTFs)

  • Residential Services

Our Residential Treatment Facilities (RTFs) serve adults age 18 and over diagnosed with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders. Services include assessment, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, case management, counseling, groups, mental health education, crisis resolution, and skills training regarding activities of daily living. The program focuses on helping residents reach increasing levels of recovery in order to successfully transition back into the community. Priority placement for residential treatment services is given to individuals discharging from psychiatric inpatient units. Individuals currently living independently but struggling to maintain stability in the community may be referred by their treatment team for this higher level of care. Typical length of stay is between 6-18 months, while individuals focus on developing the skills necessary to live independently in the community. This service is available in Snohomish County. To access these services, call 844-822-7609 an request an outpatient assessment; the outpatient assessor can refer you to this service if indicated. If you are already enrolled in services at Compass Health, talk to your clinician about this service.  

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Child Advocacy Program (CAP)

  • Children, Youth & Family

The Compass Health Children's Advocacy Program (CAP) provides services to children and adolescents who have been, or are believed to have been, sexually abused, from birth to 22 years old and their non-offending family members. The youth and family focused services are provided at Compass Health clinics by professionals specifically trained to treat victims of sexual abuse. Counseling and ongoing-therapy are proven to alleviate the long-term conditions that often result from abuse, such as feelings of guilt and shame, extreme anxiety, and depression. Children and adolescents who receive immediate support following the disclosure of abuse learn to deal with these conditions before they establish themselves and become life-long problems. When a parent learns that their child has been the victim of sexual abuse, this can often cause a crisis in the family, accompanied by feelings of guilt and shame, extreme anxiety, and depression for both the non-offending parent and the child. Compass Health’s clinicians are specifically trained to help children, adolescents and their families figure out the most effective way to move past the trauma of sexual abuse and live normal and happy lives. Our specially trained therapists use Trauma Focused- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) as their treatment model. This is an evidence-based practice that has been shown many times by research to be a highly effective treatment model for trauma. In addition to our Compass Health clinics, we have CAP specialists located at Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center in downtown Everett.

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Substance Use Disorders

  • Substance Use Disorders

Compass Health offers outpatient substance use disorder treatment to youth and adults tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals. Services offered include: comprehensive substance use assessment, DUI assessment, outpatient or intensive outpatient treatment, aftercare, random urinalysis screening, case management, as well as coordination and treatment for co-occurring disorders utilizing dialectical behavioral therapy. Treatment services include individual and group counseling. The frequency of individual and group counseling is determined by the level of care assigned by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria and can range between monthly, weekly or three times a week. Services may be offered in Spanish to some individuals as needed, or interpreters may be arranged. Services are offered on San Juan Island but are available to anyone that resides on any island in San Juan County. This service is available in San Juan County. To access these services, call 844-822-7609 and request an outpatient assessment; the outpatient assessor can refer you to this service if indicated. If you are already enrolled in services at Compass Health, talk to your clinician about this service. Emergency Resources: Alcohol/Drug 24-Hour Hotline 800-562-1240  

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