Today, the COMPASS staff took a stand. Please take the next 2 minutes and 50 seconds to see and hear…
COMPASS Receives $10,000 Grant to Combat the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Greater Lowell
COMPASS is one of Massachusetts’s leading providers of special education and human services for youth and families in need. In January 2020, it received a $10,000 grant from Circle Health to combat the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Greater Lowell.
On Wednesday, October 16, COMPASS hosted Dr. Shameka Stanford from Howard University to provide an opportunity for COMPASS staff to…
COMPASS provides a six-week summer school program for approximately fifty K-12 students. During each week, the students receive academic and social enrichment, clinical support, and the opportunity to explore a variety of educational opportunities throughout Massachusetts.
Graduation is a momentous occasion in any student’s life. For six COMPASS students, they have reached the moment where they can walk across the stage and accept their diploma.
In the spring of 2018, he (KJ) began working with Caseworkers Jaye Kincade and Kin’ta Johnson to form a young men’s group with COMPASS’ high school students. This group offers 7-10 young men a relaxed setting where they can openly discuss successes, challenges, hopes, and fears. Providing insight based on their own experiences KJ, Jaye, and Kin’ta engage with these young men in a very real and respectful way – which they receive in return from the young men.