First and foremost, we wish to thank all of our business partners for your support and to all of the veterans for your service!  In our first five years, Veterans Compass developed much needed programs assisting our local veterans to include our Navigator Program, which was created to assist veterans who were in need, or in transition, and our Dog Tag and Business Engagement Program, which was created to connect veterans to other veterans and to local businesses.  We have worked with and supported many other local nonprofits serving veterans in a spirit of collaboration and it is with this spirit of collaboration that we move to our next chapter.

We are excited to announce that we are merging our programs and resources into Northern Colorado Veterans Resource Center (https://www.nocovrc.com)   With similar missions, values and programs, we wish to bring greater efficiency and effectiveness to both Weld County (served by NCVRC) and Larimer County (served by Veterans Compass.)   Like Veterans Compass, NCVRC was developed by Veterans with a passion to serve those who stepped forward, those who said yes to serve our country.

The year of 2020 has been a challenge for so many reasons and the pandemic has created tremendous stress on all of us, including non-profit service providers.  We hope that you are finding ways to stay healthy and find some measure of happiness.  With our gracious thanks, we send our best wishes to you and look forward to working with you through  Northern Colorado Veterans Resource Center  (https://www.nocovrc.com).