A black and white drawing with bookmarks to color and the headline "Compass Mark's Activity Book"

The Advocacy Team at Compass Mark created a packet containing three lessons with corresponding worksheets for students and families to enjoy at home. The lessons taught on personal strengths, time management, and goal setting. Even the cover page offered a chance to color and cut out your own bookmark! The packets were printed and dispersed…

Spring time field has dandelions and other yellow flowers

The springtime weather is so beautiful as I write this post, it’s as if Mother Nature were trying to make up for all the cold days of rain. I get to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, and I’m very grateful. With a slower pace of life, I’ve been noticing all the helpers in…

Close up of pink magnolia flowers just starting to open on a tree

COVID-19 Update Lancaster & Lebanon Counties Treatment & Recovery Services The addiction field is considered a life-sustaining service and is working hard to adapt treatment, support groups, and recovery services to safely meet the needs of people affected by substance use and gambling disorders. Although our offices are closed to the public, we are still…

A coloful eagle stretches along the hall of a middle school. It's feathers are made up of indivual cut-outs with inspirational words written by the kids.

Compass Mark’s dedicated teams work to fulfill the mission to prevent addiction through education, skill-building, and community mobilization. Lauren Krebs, Youth Leadership Advocate I haven’t been here long but I did get to witness Landis Run Intermediate School’s community service project day and it was great. The children started the day by handing out bracelets…

Our Family Services Advocate, Lindsey Ober, participated in the event’s featured panel; Women in the Justice System.  The Maze of Injustice showcased in Ronks, PA was held by the Vera Institute of Justice. The maze was created on a 3-acre cornfield to symbolize the challenges that individuals face while navigating our criminal justice system. Displayed within…

A woman with dark hair and shirt stands in front of a projection monitor, obviously speaking to an audience.

Community Prevention Mobilizer, Christine Glover Compass Mark’s Community Prevention Mobilizer, Chris Glover, coaches grassroots groups in the use of tested and effective programs, policies, and procedures. The mobilizer helps to build skills and equip the group leaders to build more efficient, effective, and sustainable organizations.. Each year, Compass Mark’s Community Prevention Mobilizer hosts a breakfast…

Outside view of Compass Mark's suburban office building in springtime.

Front entrance for Compass Mark’s new home on Santa Barbara Drive For the first time in over fifty years, the Lancaster office of Compass Mark is calling a new place ‘home.’ In late July, the non-profit addiction prevention provider will be moving from their current location at 630 Janet Avenue in Lancaster to 1891 Santa…

Twenty-five years ago, Phyllis Spencer joined Compass Mark as a secretary. Today, she’s our Director of Administration, a member of the senior management team, and one of our greatest assets. This month, we celebrated her anniversary, and we’d like to take this opportunity to, once again, thank her again for all of her hard work…

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