Our Ronald Commons program provides affordable housing with on-site supports in the Shoreline community. Individuals and families with children live in 60 units, all of them have experienced homelessness or were at risk of losing their housing. It is a joyful, family-orientated community. Program Manager Corinne McKisson and her staff set the tone and are … Continue reading A Pacific Northwest mural at Ronald Commons
Help our neighbors survive the heat
Our next Resource Fair is on July 13. There, people will have access to varying services and information about healthcare, ID replacements, government phones, veterinary care, and more. This will be our second Resource Fair of the year and it is a partnership between Compass and Dean Frazier of Neighborcare Health at Pike Place Market. … Continue reading Compass Center Resource Fair – July 13
Today, May 3, is our second annual Spring into Action day of giving! Last year we dedicated this day to our wonderful front-line staff and the work they do to help make a real difference. This year, we are highlighting our guests and residents by sharing a special story about Jerry.
Mary Steele introduces us to an Ambassador Councilmember, La'Quinia Chenault. La'Quinia is the third on the right in the top row. I’ve met a few professional football players during my time in Seattle. None of them have been as strong, as resilient, or as driven as former Seattle Majestics star, La’Quinia Chenault. When I met … Continue reading “I went from living in my car to owning a house”
There has been a growing movement in Nyer to add art or enhancements to warm up the community spaces and to create something uplifting and vibrant. This piece is visible from the street due to the floor-to-ceiling windows. We hope it will bring some cheer as people walk by and help build even more community at the same time.
As this year draws to a close, we wanted to thank you for your steadfast support throughout this turbulent, start/stop, "just keep swimming" type of year.
Jon Perrino (Microsoft) the current Compass Housing Alliance Board Chair and former Board member Pastor Kevin Bates (Magnolia Lutheran Church) both share why they support Compass Housing Alliance.
Everyone deserves to have someone who sees their potential and wants the best for them.
As the holiday season continues, we are desperate for certain items for our guests and residents. We are behind our goal and we need your help over the next few days because we are starting to wrap gifts this weekend, December 11.