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Community Engagement: Mobilizing Support for Homeless Young Women

At Project Kompass, we firmly believe in the power of community engagement to make a difference in the lives of homeless young women. By mobilizing support and fostering connections within our communities, we create opportunities for empowerment, advocacy, and positive change. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of giving back to the community and […]

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The Importance of a High School Diploma/GED for Young Adults Facing Homelessness.

In the journey towards stability and self-sufficiency, education stands as a beacon of hope, illuminating the path forward for young adults facing homelessness. Among the myriad of challenges they encounter, the attainment of a high school diploma or GED (General Educational Development) holds paramount significance. A high school diploma or GED serves as a gateway

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The Negative Effects of Stereotyping Youth Homelessness

The issue of youth homelessness in the United States is a significant concern, with an estimated 4 million young adults experiencing homelessness each year, a number likely underrepresented due to the nuances of homeless data collection. Stereotypes surrounding homeless youth can perpetuate negative perceptions, leading to difficulties in finding safe housing and stable employment. Organizations

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Safe Spaces: Redefining Shelters as Empowerment Centers for Homeless Young Women

In the realm of combating homelessness among young women, the narrative is evolving, transcending the traditional concept of shelters as mere places of refuge. Project Kompass, steadfast in its commitment to providing transitional housing and embracing innovative approaches, is at the forefront of a paradigm shift. This blog post delves into the crucial need for

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Building Hope: The Impact of Donors and Fundraisers at Project Kompass

In the pursuit of transforming the lives of young women, pregnant women, and new moms and babies (ages 18-24), Project Kompass relies on the generosity of donors and the dedication of fundraisers. This 501(c)3 nonprofit is committed to providing secure housing, essential mental health support, counseling, life skills training, and parenting support to empower those

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Navigating the Housing Crisis: A Closer Look at Homelessness and Extended Support at Project Kompass

Homelessness is a pervasive issue affecting communities nationwide, and the lack of affordable housing presents a formidable challenge for young adults in particular. In this blog post, we delve into the complexities of the current housing crisis, focusing on the struggles faced by homeless young adults in our area. Additionally, we explore how Project Kompass

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Project Farm: Cultivating Hope and Healing through Farm Therapy

At Project Kompass, our commitment to transformative support extends beyond traditional methods. Project Farm, nestled within our expansive 140-acre property, is a testament to our innovative approach to holistic healing. In this blog post, we delve into the multifaceted benefits of farm therapy, connecting with nature, and the unique opportunities that Project Farm offers for

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