At Compass Health
Building on a century of experience, we are forging new, nationally recognized models of care that bring together highly skilled mental health professionals, primary care providers, peer counselors and others to treat the whole person.
Full continuum of care
We strive to provide appropriate services tailored to each client’s unique needs, with all services seamlessly integrated.
Each client’s culture, background and needs are part of their individual story, and are the core around which we adapt services.
We provide holistic care within our clients’ communities to increase access.
We honor client’s right to privacy and abide by all HIPAA guidelines and practices.
Accessibility is at the root of what we do, and we strive to provide accommodations that make receiving care a smooth process.
Focusing on strengths
We develop plans that focus on client strengths and use their natural supports.
Data shows that individuals thrive in their communities and when programs prioritize building healthy habits and autonomy.
Right care, right time
We focus on delivering the least restrictive services and preventive approaches in order to prioritize whole person health.
“I know that I have thoughts that aren’t real, but I can see that the medications can help me live on my own and make me happy and healthy.”
Michael – Former Compass Health Client
“I didn’t know there was someone to call when I needed help… now I have the number on my refrigerator.”
Brianna – Former Compass Health Client
Advancing whole person health. It’s what we do.
Our goal is to support our communities by providing holistic, evidence-based care. We do this by having our core values drive our work now and into the future.
We acknowledge that Compass Health occupies the traditional homelands of the Semiahmoo, Nooksack, Lummi, Samish, Nuwhaha, Swinomish, Upper Skagit, Stillaguamish, Sauk-Suiattle, Tulalip, Snohomish, and all Coast Salish Peoples – who, since time immemorial, have cared for these lands that we now share.
We recognize the Point Elliott Treaty of 1855 changed the way of life for Coast Salish Peoples. We honor their resiliency and respect their sovereignty.
Compass Health commits to developing better understanding for and relationships with Indigenous peoples in the regions we serve.
Land Acknowledgement FAQ
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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.