It’s Time: The Campaign for Compass Health

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It’s Time

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This work has never been more important

Behavioral health and homelessness challenges are some of the most persistent issues facing our region – compounded further in Snohomish County by higher rates of poverty, rapid population growth and demand for services that outpaces available resources.

That’s why Compass Health is leading the Broadway Campus Redevelopment, a three-phase initiative to transform a city block into a state-of-the-art regional center for behavioral health services.

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Help us fund these critical solutions

We’ve launched It’s Time: The Campaign for Compass Health, a $14 million capital campaign that represents 22% of the overall $64 million Phase II project cost.

We’re thrilled and grateful that philanthropic organizations, lawmakers, business and community leaders and dedicated neighbors are championing the project and helping us to meet our fundraising goals. 

We hope you’ll join them, and us, in this historic endeavor to meet the increasing needs for behavioral health services, strengthening our community and ensuring our region flourishes for another century and beyond.

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Challenges to Meet

Behavioral health crisis

An estimated 26% of Americans 18 and older – about 1 in 4 adults – are impacted by a diagnosable behavioral health disorder during a given year.

Local landscape

Our region is challenged by increasing numbers of people living with severe mental health and substance abuse issues, often accompanied by homelessness. Other entities are not intended or equipped to address these complex needs.

Safety net

Local resources, such as hospitals, law enforcement, and community responders are not intended or equipped to address individuals in crisis with immediate needs.


In Snohomish County, homelessness continues to increase dramatically. Particularly disconcerting is the growing number of people experiencing chronic homelessness.

Our facilities

Our Broadway Campus’ main building was designed and built more than 70 years ago for an altogether different use. It is no longer able to meet the growing and changing needs of the community.

Hiring and retention

Given the community behavioral health workforce shortage impacting Washington state and the nation, we need facilities that are modern and purpose-built to attract and retain talent.

It’s time to…


the future of behavioral healthcare with architecture, design, and function that reflect the sophistication and clinical excellence of the world-class care delivered here.


in solutions to our region’s most visible and pressing needs preventing complex mental health conditions from escalating and diverting high-frequency use of emergency services.


recovery, hope, and dignity through an environment purpose-built to empower community members with intensive behavioral health needs.


a magnet for mental health professionals with a workplace that attracts the team members needed to meet our region’s growing demand for care.


regionally with a state-of-the-art campus that will benefit community members, first responders, healthcare partners and more across Northwest Washington.

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The Broadway Campus Redevelopment Project

Phase I: Permanent Supportive Housing

Phase I includes 82 new units of housing, coupled with facilities for integrated treatment and support services for people with chronic behavioral health challenges. This five-story, multi-unit building, known as Andy’s Place, is located on the northwest corner of the current Broadway Campus. The ground floor provides space for on-site program services including peer support, homeless outreach and housing stabilization.

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Phase II: Intensive Behavioral Health Services

Phase II is a state-of-the-art facility that supports community-based care for individuals who will benefit from intensive services. The 72,000 square foot building will accommodate one 16-bed evaluation and treatment unit and one 16-bed triage. The building will also house offices for crisis prevention, outreach and engagement teams and an on-site pharmacy.

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Phase III: Integrated Behavioral & Primary Healthcare

The final phase of the project will include an approximately 100,000 square foot building to house behavioral health services along with a primary healthcare clinic. The facility will also host permanent supportive housing units and space for Compass Health administrative offices. More information to come.

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How you can help


Campaign pledge commitments can be paid over a period of up to five years.

Estate / Planned Giving

Gifts by bequest or other planned giving methods provide significant tax benefits and are a practical way to support.

Real Estate

Gifts of unencumbered real estate (subject to review) are accepted.


Your support today helps create hope and promote recovery for the children, youth, adults, and families Compass Health serves every day.

Gifts of Securities

Gifts of appreciated securities, either publicly traded or from a private company, may provide significant tax advantages when compared to gifts of cash.

Life Insurance

Establishing a new life insurance policy through Compass Health or gifting an existing paid-up life insurance policy provides a creative way to support this major campaign.

Naming Opportunities

We offer a variety of commemorative naming opportunities that provide prominent recognition for extraordinary gifts to the campaign. For more information, please contact Tom Kozaczynski, Chief Advancement Officer, at 425-349-8122.

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Compass Health is here to help. Whether you have questions about our services, want to share your feedback or a success story, have a media inquiry, or are seeking more information on a training or job opportunity, contact us today for assistance and support.

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