Responding to an environment of dynamic and constantly changing socioeconomics continues to define and solidify Northwest Compass Inc.’s essential role in assisting people in meeting the challenges of having a safe environment for themselves and their families, from which they can create a path to a positive future.
We enhance our community by providing emergency services, education and empowerment which foster personal responsibility for those who are vulnerable or in crisis.
We will continue to be an effective provider to those in crisis in the Northwest suburbs through the delivery of comprehensive services that help people when they need it the most. This vision will be achieved through a consortium of integrated community partnerships.
Cultural competency. Diversity is a valuable reality in our community, therefore staff, interns, and volunteers demonstrate such in their work with participants.
Organizational partnerships. Collaborative relationships with the community, public, and private industry partners assist families in overcoming barriers through coordinated services.
Mutually-agreeable goals. Cooperation between personnel and participants are essential to providing emergency services, education, and empowerment in order to foster personal responsibility.
Program excellence. Designing, aligning and continuously improving realistic program outcomes allows for our participants to succeed.
Accountability. Responsible productivity of our participants and staff will work together towards an overall goal and healthy interdependence.
Suspending judgment and demonstrating empathy. Open mindedness with our participants is treasured because active listening creates transformation.
Solution focused-motivational interviewing. Trained staff providing short term intervention assists participants in overcoming their immediate crisis by meeting them where they are.
Blaise J. Arena
Retired, Research Chemist and Project Manager, UOP-Honeywell.
Edwin J. Connelly lll
Retired, Commercial Banking Officer, Peoples’ Bank of Arlington Heights
Attorney, Freiman Law
Retired, J.P. Morgan Chase Bank
Wayne T. Lofthouse
Attorney, Wayne T. Lofthouse, P.C.
Retired, Project Manager and Management Consultant
AVP, Business Development, Alexian Brothers Health System
George J. Wingerter III
Retired, Certified Management Consultant Emeritus
Volunteer Coordinator, Giving Back Volunteer Program
+1 847 392 2344, Option 5
Barbara Naunheimer, CPA
+1 847 305 2614
+1 847 392 2344
Maintenance Technician I
+1 847 637 0974
+1 847 392 2344 ext.414
+1 847 392 2344 ext.428
Street Outreach/Maintenance Technician II
+1 847 305 3584
+1 847 754 1446 (call or text)