Helping you take the next step.
A resource center for those in need of whole-health renewal, helping individuals find their next step plan for better mental health.
The Wellspring Center’s mission is to provide a holistic or whole person approach to care for individuals struggling with mental health and addiction related issues. The heart of our team is to help individuals and families find support, renewed hope and physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational stability through a grace filled environment. Many will discover the steps needed to lead a productive, joy filled and purpose filled lives.
Who We Are
We are a network of caring and compassionate individuals who are committed to the care and support of anyone struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, OCD, addiction, suicide and their families.
We believe through a partnership with medical and clinical relationships from our community when needed, we can better tend to our neighbors emotional, spiritual and relational needs. This whole person approach will assist participants to thrive by giving hope through medical intervention, education, peer support, and strong spiritual connections.
What We Offer
We offer guidance, direction, instruction and support as we walk alongside those in need of mental health and addiction related recovery. We offer a variety of community and faith based resources and services to meet the needs of individuals and families.
Resource Coaches meet-one-on-one to help individuals and families formulate, connect and navigate resources through Wellspring and other community partners.
Wellspring Center offers a variety of mental health and addiction related groups to help care for and support individuals, teens and their families.
A trained team of volunteers who wraparound participants providing an extra layer of care and resources for those going through Wellspring support groups.
Education and Seminars
In collaboration with our community partners Wellspring provides education and seminars dealing with mental, physical, spiritual and relational health of individuals and families.
The food pantry provides qualified families with temporary food assistance by supplying nonperishable grocery items.
Hours: Mon. 10 AM – 5 PM, Tues. 12 PM – 7 PM, and Thur. 10 AM – 5 PM.
Resource coaches can help in connecting you with a comprehensive list of community partners and organizations for help and support.
Events for This Month
Healthy Steps to Wellness
Welcome to the Wellspring Blog
Welcome, more blogs to come. We are still under construction.
5 Tips to Help Someone Feeling Overwhelmed and Discouraged
Learning to provide comfort and encouragement for those who are experiencing dark days can be challenging. We are told that the “ministry of presence” (just being there) for others is what they need … but how does that work, practically?
Victims of Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is any physical or sexual assault, or any other form of abusive behavior from one intimate partner against another, living in marriage or cohabitation. There are numerous reports of victims of domestic violence every day. Many victims live in silence, fearful or shameful of disclosing the abuse in their lives.