Proposed community-based residential treatment facility: Snohomish County
The state will transform health care by building a community-based facility near Stanwood in Snohomish County. The facility will enable people who are receiving inpatient mental health treatment to receive care close to their home, family, and community.
The goal is for the Snohomish County facility to become a part of the community as a resource, a partner, and a good neighbor.
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Learn more. Read the updated FAQ for the proposed residential treatment facility in Snohomish County.
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Treatment is individualized and may include counseling, medication management, and other rehabilitative services (for example, independent living skills.)
- State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)
- Conditional Use Permit (CUP)
- Boundary line adjustment re-submittal letter
- Conditional use permit (CUP) approval criteria responses
- Conditional use permit (CUP) first review responses
- Conditional use permit (CUP) parcel lot 1 legal description
- Engineering design and development standards deviation request
- Environmental health review letter
- Fire flow email
- Fire truck loading pavement analysis
- Laundry and food prep letter
- Master permit application
- Project narrative
- Stormtech MC firetruck loading analysis
- Stormwater modification flow control
- Tax sharing compact between the Tulalip tribes and State of Washington
The facility will be kept secure with 24-hour surveillance, entry and exit points of control, and de-escalation training for staff. Specific safety measures are listed below:
- Patients can move about freely inside of the unit, but they are not allowed to leave until they have completed their treatment.
- All exterior doors are locked. The outdoor areas are securely enclosed with anti-climb walls that are twelve feet tall.
- At the main entry and exit points there is a sally-port. The sally-port functions as a secure vestibule where there are two doors in a series, and they are programmed so that both doors cannot be open at the same time.
- If one door is opened, there is a second locked door to prevent elopement.
- The construction of the building is hardened construction. In each patient room there is a ½ thick impact resistant third windowpane to prevent elopement by breaking a window. Other areas are secured with security glazing.