A space to resource the City of Huntington’s police and fire personnel with the skills necessary to foster optimal health, humanity, and performance.

What is the compass Center?

The Compass Center is a state-of-the-art integrated wellness center designed for Huntington’s fire and police department personnel. It is located on the fifth floor of the Jean Dean Public Safety Building, 675 10th Street.

The Compass Center will also house the Compass program director and wellness coaches. The Compass Team works together to help Huntington’s first responders reach their optimal mental and physical health.

The Compass Center provides first responders with access to:

  • Nutrition and Fitness coaching
  • Group Fitness Training Sessions
  • Yoga Studio
  • Sauna
  • Kitchen
  • Open workout area that utilizes job-functional plyometric equipment
  • Functional training opportunities which helps decrease the risk of injury

Want to help support the compass center?

What is Compass?

The Compass Program seeks to engage and assist first responders in developing self-care, training, and mental health resources for overcoming burnout that impacts personal, professional, and community wellbeing.

The City of Huntington is committed to making our First Responder Wellness Center and it’s programming a reality. In addition to the allocated Bloomberg Grant funds, the City of Huntington has committed the first $250,000, and we have our first community donor- AT&T.

We ask that you join us in supporting Huntington’s finest– our police officers and fire fighters who protect and serve every day. To raise the additional $331,000, we are asking for contributions from businesses, individuals and community partners. Please join the Compass program in our fundraising efforts by contacting:

Austin Sanders
Program Director
SandersA@Huntingtonwv.gov
(304) 696-5540 x2315

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