Wellspring provides comprehensive, supportive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, provides prevention education to our community, and advocates for social change.
Domestic violence and sexual assault are complex issues. Wellspring staff are available 24-hours a day to help individuals process their experience so they can determine what is right for themselves. All of our services are free and confidential.
Never hesitate to give us a call 24/7 Hotline @ (518) 584-8188.
An individual does not have to be physically injured to receive services from Wellspring. Our goal is not only to respond to victimization, but also to intervene to prevent future abuse.
At Wellspring, our mission is to support survivors and engage our community to end relationship and sexual abuse. Each year, our crisis intervention and survivor services support more than 1,000 clients—providing safe housing to adults and children either fleeing or homeless because of domestic violence, as well as comprehensive support in the form of counseling, legal advocacy, and case management. While helping victims in need is a major focus of the Agency’s mission, we know that by increasing awareness we can end intimate partner violence. Wellspring staff provides prevention and education programs to school-aged youth, as well as training and education programs for parents, faith based congregations, and professional organizations.
Wellspring offers a full range of emergency, shelter, and community services, none of which are influenced in any manner in regards to age, race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, military status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, disability, or any other protected class. All of our services and free and confidential.
Does Your Partner:
Make you feel afraid much of the time?
Act Excessively jealous & possessive?
Control where you go or what you do?
Keep you from seeing your friends and/or family?
Threaten to commit suicide if you leave?
Threaten to take your children away?
Limit your access to money, a job, or such things as the phone or the car?
Have You or a Friend:
Been forced or manipulated into unwanted sexual contact, and been told to keep it secret?
Been pressured for sex by a dating partner, or pressured for a sexual act you are not ready for?
Found signs you may have been sexually assaulted, but can’t remember what happened?
Told someone you were sexually assaulted, but were not believed or supported?