Supportive Housing services
Compass Career Solutions provides benefits and services for supportive housing to individuals throughout Washington.
Those services can include searching for available housing, communicating with apartment managers, submitting applications and advocating for accommodations. We also provide help in obtaining vouchers and financial assistance and advocating for your tenant rights.
Our Supportive Housing services assist people with a range of support needs to gain safe and affordable housing in environments that allow individuals to thrive!
Who Qualifies for FCS
Ages 16 and up as well as receiving Medicaid services in the State of Washington with one or more of the following eligibility requirements:
Ages 16 and up with any single Mental Health Diagnosis
Individuals with disabling conditions struggling to remain engaged in labor market
Those with an SPMI (Severe & Persistent Mental Illness)
Diagnosed with a long term substance use disorder or dual diagnosis
Long-term care recipients with complex needs
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Needing assistance with a minimum of 3 ADL’S (Activities of Daily Living) or 1 hands on ADL that may require body care
People who have been diagnosed with a disability after the age of 18
Enrolled in the state housing and essential needs (HEN) or aged, blind or disabled (ABD) program
Know that FCS is a broad program designed to support those who are currently receiving Medicaid services in the state of Washington. FCS specializes in Mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, traumatic brain injuries, students who have an IEP or 504 plan and homelessness, people who have been diagnosed with a disability after the age of 18, and those who struggle to maintain employment due to barriers such as attendance, needing assistance with ADL, or other qualifying reasons.
FCS | the details
Referred to as WA State 1115 demonstration waiver, WA State Medicaid employment waiver, or Foundational community supports.
FCS provides targeted Medicaid benefits to assist eligible individuals with complex health needs obtain and maintain employment and housing.
This includes: Coaching, Advocacy, Information and referrals, Linking and coordinating Ongoing supports