Compass Health Celebrates Grand Opening of Supportive Housing Building

This month, Compass Health marks two significant milestones in its Broadway Campus Redevelopment project, a state-of-the-art regional center to support behavioral health needs across Northwest Washington. Its phase one permanent supportive housing facility officially opens on Friday, May 21, following the May 18 approval of $14 million in state capital funding to support its phase two facility for intensive behavioral health services.

The new supportive housing facility includes 82 units of housing – doubling the number of Compass Health’s housing units in Snohomish County – and have a lasting impact on the community around us:

  • 82 units of supportive housing for individuals in the community living with chronic behavioral health needs, including one three-bedroom respite unit reserved for individuals transitioning back into the community from Western State Hospital.
  • Veteran-designated units for eligible veterans experiencing homelessness.
  • 10,000 square-foot ground floor and community center that will host mental health treatment, peer support, homeless outreach, housing stabilization and other programs to support residents and others in the community.

Attendees of the virtual grand opening were invited inside the building through a walkthrough video highlighting the units, features, and community spaces that the new building has to offer its new residents and the greater community.  You can watch the walkthrough video below:

We’d like to thank the following officials and leaders for their commitment to this project and their remarks during the ceremony:

  • Senator Maria Cantwell, United States Senate
  • Representative Rick Larsen, United States House of Representatives – 2nd Congressional District
  • Senator June Robinson, Washington State Senate – 38th Legislative District
  • Executive Dave Somers, Snohomish County
  • Mayor Cassie Franklin, City of Everett
  • Steve Walker, Executive Director, Washington State House Finance Commission

We’d also like to thank our many project partners who helped make this building possible:

You can read more about the virtual grand opening and the $14 million secured in state capital funding for phase two in our press release.

Read a great article by the Everett Herald highlighting our new Permanent Supportive Housing Building and learn more about the Broadway Campus Redevelopment project here.

Learn more about the Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project

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