Last year, Compass Health partnered with the Tulalip Tribes to commission three pieces of artwork for Andy’s Place, our supportive housing building in Everett.
Last month, we had the opportunity to welcome the artist, Walter Moses, his sister Angela, and brother-in-law Tim to Andy’s Place where they held a blessing for the residents and recovery that happens there.
Walter shared background on each of the pieces of artwork as well as his own inspirations in creating pieces of art that got to the center of our clients’ journeys toward recovery.
Additionally, Angela and Tim performed a blessing and shared their families own experience with behavioral health recovery.
Compass Health is committed to developing better understanding for and relationships with Indigenous peoples in the regions we serve. We are incredibly thankful to Walter, his family, and the Tulalip Tribes for the beautiful artwork and relationship.
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