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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

State may spend $14 million for behavioral health resource

Compass Health provides immediate and long-term care

 

Last updated 4/24/2021 at 7:49am

Courtesy of Compass Health

The Phase 1 state of the Broadway Development Center for Compass Health is scheduled to open in May. It includes 82 living units intended to house the chronically homeless. A $14 million Phase 2 to Compass Health's Broadway project is anticipated, in the state budget. Crisis stabilization is a service already used by the Mill Creek Police, and Compass Health says the service will improve with the new construction.

The $14 million anticipated as a windfall to support behavioral health in South Snohomish County is likely to stay in the state budget, and Compass Health is looking forward to the boon.

Tom Sebastian, Compass Health CEO said the agency provides behavioral health support to people in Mill Creek and surrounding areas, including drop-off at a crisis-stabilization resource for people in psychological distress.

Compass Health has been in operation for more than 100 years, and the three-phase Broadway Development Project is offering support that addresses current needs. Once complete, the $14...



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