Behavioral health leader announces free, downloadable templates and protocols as part of COVID-19 response EVERETT – Today, behavioral health organization Compass Health announced it is sharing COVID-19 communications resources on its website to support widespread safety and well-being efforts. Recognizing…Details
Caring for the whole person through COVID-19
Working together to maintain the community safety net
Dear Community Partners
At Compass Health, the safety and well-being of our clients and staff is our top priority. To that end, we are actively monitoring the situation and following the policies and procedures we already have in place, as well as guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to continue to support the safety of our community.
Our goal is to continue acting as a resource to our clients and community members. This page is a central point for all our information regarding COVID-19. You can find important agency updates, community resources, and news. We know that delivering whole person care is more important than ever. We want to reassure you that our exceptional professionals are on the front lines, working to maintain the health of our communities, prevent the escalation of this outbreak, and alleviate burdens on our healthcare partners by serving at-risk individuals, acting as first responders, treating children during a crisis, and supporting hospital capacity.
Wishing you and your loved ones good health and safety,
President / CEO
We are once again accepting referrals for assessments at most locations.
We are currently scheduling all assessments; we are not offering Open Access (i.e. walk-in assessments) at any of our locations. For everyone’s safety, we have implemented both telehealth options and in-person assessments that allow for social distancing. Please call our Access Department at 425-349-8200 or complete our online referral form to start your referral and discuss your treatment options.
Are you looking for safety resources that you can use to communicate with customers, clients, or community members you serve?
Our team of behavioral health professionals has worked hard to build rigorous systems and tools to ensure we can continue serving the most vulnerable members of our communities.
Visit our COVID-19 safety resource center for downloadable templates built on the rigorous protocols in place at Compass Health.
How to get your stimulus check if you're a non-filer
The Angel Resource Connection (ARC) is a local non-profit that directly meets with homeless individuals to help connect them with resources that will help improve their health and quality of live. ARC has set up an easy how-to guide on their website for individuals who are homeless or are non-filers to receive their stimulus checks.
Mental Health Home Tips
As the Coronavirus Pandemic continues and many of us are no longer able to leave our homes, it is important to remember to practice positive mental health habits. During stressful times and major disruptions to daily routine, it is easy to have heightened anxiety and feelings of stress and depression. Mental Health America also compiled some tips and tools to help you stay mentally healthy and better understand your mental health during this difficult time. Check out our Mental Health Home Tips and Mental Health America’s COVID-19 info-graphic.
Update on Compass Health Training
Our Training Department is making decisions about upcoming trainings on a case-by-case basis and will offer classes virtually where available.
We are doing our best to coordinate additional opportunities for those who are interested in joining us in the future as well as respond to refund and rescheduling requests.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the Compass Health Training Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.