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Supported Living (SLS)

Our mission in SLS is to help you be safe and happy in your own home and community.

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Independent Living (ILS)

Our ILS program has a simple mission: We help you reach the full and independent life of your dreams.

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Compass Consulting

We like to partner with organizations who are passionate about integrating both person centered thinking and efficiency into their services.

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ABOUT OUR TEAM

“Helping other people fulfill their dreams is a lot of fun!”

Our team supports adults with all sorts of disabilities, helping them live freely in the community. Whether it’s as a Case Facilitator helping up to 8 clients, an Independent Living Services Coach teaching someone skills to pursue individual goals, or a Life Guide walking along side someone around town and in his or her own home, all of our team members experience the joy of assisting someone on the path to a full and satisfying life.


STAFF Testimonial

My biggest fear about working for Compass was the unknown. I had jobs in a field completely unrelated to caregiving for the previous 5 years and having no caregiving experience, I had a huge fear of failing. While working in the field, I grew a lot personally and professionally. I built relationships with my clients and was able to encourage and help them grow. When I would get to shift, it didn’t feel like work. I felt I was hanging out with a friend and doing life. My fear never came true and I found I learned a lot about serving and choice.

Tyler C., Team Member since 2016

From the blog:

2020 Vision

By Sadie Hess We will tell our grandchildren about 2020. This has been a decade of events in a year. We have experienced a pandemic, financial upheaval, civil unrest….and it is only June! So many difficulties and trials and feelings. When we chose our theme for the year, 2020 Vision, we had no idea what…

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Building Strong Relationships

Written by MADDELINE THOMAS Why is it hard to form relationships? People with disabilities experience social barriers because people without disabilities are scared to communicate with them. It starts when children with disabilities get pulled away from their peers. Children with and without disabilities do not know how to connect. The barrier continues when they…

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