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Your Impact

Your Donation - Your Impact

We couldn't do the work that we do without you, our community partner and friend.

How your donation helps


Provides a family with supervised visitation, mediation or custodial exch.


Help Project Thrive provide coaching to a family navigating out of poverty


Help Project Thrive provide coaching to a family navigating out of poverty


Provide one Parent Education Class to one family.


Provide training and support to one CASA volunteer for one year. 


Help provide a parent liaison to an elementary or middle school.

Your Impact

The Family Visitation Program

The Family Visitation Program provide a way for non- custodial parents to spend time with their child(ren) in a safe and conflict free environment, including:

46 Families

85 Children

1394 Hours of Visitation

622 Parent Coaching Hours

CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocate Program

CASA's are citizen volunteers who advocate for children involved in the juvenile court system due to child abuse and neglect. Children with a CASA volunteer are more likely to find a safe, permanent home, more likely to succeed in school, and less likely to reenter the foster care system.

49 Advocates

116 Children

1122 Volunteer Hours


29 Achieved a Safe and

Permanent Home

Parent Liaison Program

Parent liaisons are professionals who work as part of a school team to help bridge the gap between home and school. They facilitate parenting classes, connect parents to community resources, and support parent and teacher collaboration. The Parent Liaison Program is in each of the Sheridan County School District #2 elementary schools, Story School, and Sheridan Junior High School.

940 Families received information/support from their parent liaison

309 Families worked with their parent liaison on an ongoing basis

1933 Referrals made to community or school resources

Project Thrive

Project Thrive is the newest program at Compass Center for Families. This program was developed in response to the pandemic when Compass received funding to provide emergency stabilization services to families experiencing economic insecurity or crisis related to Covid.

255 Families

345 Children

197 Families Received Emergency Rental Assistance

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