Compass Health

Compass Health is a private, non-profit, state licensed organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services at its multiple locations in Everett area. Compass offers a wide range of programs serving individuals of all ages and income levels. Emergency Services (Outreach & Triage), Outpatient Mental health, Chemical Dependency, Residential and Inpatient services are also available. 

To access services

Call local: 425-349-8200
Toll-free: 1-844-822-7609
Or complete an online on-line referral form

Compass also offers walk-in eligibility assessment appointments at many locations. Please call for those locations and hours.

Psychiatric Services

Compass provides psychiatric services at all branch locations except (Dawson's house for children. This service type will usually comprise of a psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and medication training/administration for adults and children in our outpatient programs. To get medication all compass clients are required to attend counseling sessions at least one a month.

Everett - 3322 Broadway

Open Assessment at this location is on: Monday, Wednesdays & Thursdays (from 8:00am to 10:00am). Open Assessment is the quickest and easiest way to become a patient at Compass.  

This Location Provides the Following Services:

Everett - 4526 Federal Ave

This Location Provides the Following Services:

Everett - 2735 10th Street

This Location is Compass's Greenhouse, adult Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) serving 16 adults age 18 years of age and older, diagnosed with a severe and persistent psychiatric disorder.  This sites services include assessment, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, case management, counseling, groups, mental health education, crisis resolution, and skills training regarding activities of daily living.  The program focuses on helping residents reach increasing levels of recovery in order to eventually transition back into the community. 

Everett - 2613 W Marine View Drive

This Location Provides the Following Services:

This Location is Compass's Haven House, an adult Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) serving 16 adults age 18 years of age and older, diagnosed with a severe and persistent psychiatric disorder.  Services include assessment, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, case management, counseling, groups, mental health education, crisis resolution, and skills training regarding activities of daily living.  The program focuses on helping residents reach increasing levels of recovery in order to eventually transition back into the community.

Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center 

is a profit multidisciplinary team serving child victims of sexual or physical abuse in Snohomish County, Washington. Law enforcement, child protective services, medical, victim advocacy, prosecution, and mental health agencies all work together at Dawson Place to deliver the very best services to children and their families victimized by sexual or physical abuse.

This Location Provides the Following Services:

 

Housing Services Overview

Compass Health currently provides affordable housing assistance to more than 500 individuals througout Snohomish, Skagit, and Island Counties, and maintains a waitlist of more than 500 additional Compass Health clients waiting for housing assistance, many of whom are homeless.  Housing services are available to adults 18 years of age and older who are receiving services; primarily single adults, although there are some resources available for families with children. 

 Affordable housing is made available though compass owned and managed houses and apartment complexes. sponsorship of subsidies such as Shelter Plus Care and Section 8, and collaborations with area Housing Authorities and other housing providers. For more information about housing assistance, please discuss with your clinician.

Individuals covered by any other insurance Insurance, Crime Victims Compensation or questions regarding eligibility should call:
Local:       425-349-8200
Toll-free:  1-800-457-9303
TTY:         425-349-7416

Emergency / Care Crisis Line
Local:      425-258-4357
Toll-free: 1-800-584-3578
TTY:       1-800-846-8517

Administration / General Information
Local:      425-349-6200
Toll-free: 1-800-457-9303
TTY:        425-349-7416

Everett Locations: 

Everett - 3322 Broadway   3322 Broadway Everett WA 98201  Phone: (425) 349-6800

Everett - 3322 Broadway

3322 Broadway
Everett WA 98201

Phone: (425) 349-6800

Everett - 4526 Federal Ave   4526 Federal Ave Buildings 1-9 Everett, WA 98203  (425) 349-6200

Everett - 4526 Federal Ave

4526 Federal Ave
Buildings 1-9
Everett, WA 98203

(425) 349-6200

Everett - 2735 10th Street   2735 10th Street Everett, WA 98201  (425) 258-4802

Everett - 2735 10th Street

2735 10th Street
Everett, WA 98201

(425) 258-4802

Everett - 2613 W Marine View Drive   2613 W Marine View Drive Everett WA 98201  (425) 349-6700

Everett - 2613 W Marine View Drive

2613 W Marine View Drive
Everett WA 98201

(425) 349-6700

Everett - Dawson Place   1509 California Street Everett WA 98201  425-388-7497  http://www.dawsonplace.org/

Everett - Dawson Place

1509 California Street
Everett WA 98201

425-388-7497
http://www.dawsonplace.org/

 

All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the Compass Health website. (updated April 17, 2018)

http://www.compasshealth.org/services/emergency-motel-voucher-program/

http://www.compasshealth.org/services/emergency-motel-voucher-program/

Emergency Motel Voucher Program

About Emergency Motel Voucher Program

The Emergency Motel Voucher Program (EMVP) provides short-term assistance to individuals and families in an effort to reduce the number of households who return to emergency shelters. The EMVP allows Compass Health to work collaboratively with other non-profit providers in the community who are facing the same challenges for their own clients.  

The goal of the EMVP is to break the cycle of homelessness before it begins by reaching as many individuals as possible and providing intervention in time of crisis.  This program allows recipients stability, safety, and the peace of mind required to make a positive change. The vouchers are good for up to seven days and can be renewed to provide up to 14 days of emergency housing in instances where individuals might be returned to the street to provide more time for placement.  Compass Health's standing relationships with local motels allow the organization to quickly house an individual or family.

Who is Qualified for the EMVP?

In order to qualify for the EMVP each individual/family is required to meet the criteria of being homeless, having an income at or below 80% of area median income (AMI) and unable to obtain a safe and stable place to live.

Eligibility for the motel voucher program is determined through an application process. An applicant may only apply once in any given year for assistance. Once an applicant is determined to be eligible, a voucher payment is made by Compass Health directly to the motel on their behalf. All clients are served on a first come first served basis until funds are no longer available. Once a person is placed on an emergency shelter voucher, the Compass Health team works cooperatively with the client to provide the needed services and assistance with locating and obtaining permanent housing.

The EMVP is available in Snohomish and Skagit Counties.

People Already Benefiting from the EMVP

Clients may access the EMVP through their Compass Health clinician, through clinicians at other agencies in the area or by calling Naomi at 425-349-6844 or at Naomi.Cooper@compassh.org. Please note that Emergency Motel Vouchers are ONLY AVAILABLE AS FUNDING ALLOWS.  

 

 

All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the Compass Health website.

Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR)

The PASRR Program is a federally mandated program requiring every person referred for care to a Medicaid licensed nursing facility have a PASRR Level I screening performed by a doctor, social worker or nurse.  The Level I screening is designed to determine the presence of a serious mental illness, related condition and/or intellectual disability.  If indicators are found, the person will be referred for a PASRR Level II Evaluation.

The Level II Evaluation is conducted by a Mental Health Professional and Geriatric Specialist who will help determine the best placement setting to meet the person’s needs; and if nursing facility care is warranted, the evaluation may also make recommendations for specialized and/or mental health services needed in order to best support the person in their environment.

Compass Health provides PASRR screening in Snohomish, Skagit and Island Counties.

All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the Compass Health website.

Housing and Recovery through Peer Services (HARPS)

The Compass Snohomish County HARPS program provides clients with supportive housing services aimed at securing and maintaining permanent housing. The program primarily serves individuals discharging from psychiatric inpatient or substance use disorder inpatient facilities who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Peer Counselors provide the supportive services.  They assist clients to obtain housing, assist them with related applications, and assist them in identifying personal strategies to maintain their housing. They also provide referrals for other needed services. Housing subsidies are also available to program clients based on need to assist them with housing deposits and initial rent.

For a PDF of the HARPS Snohomish Brochure click here.

Snohomish County

Local: 425-349-8200
Toll-free: 1-844-822-7609
Or complete an on-line referral form

This Service is Provided at the Following Locations:

All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the Compass Health website.