- With the help of more than 800 luncheon donors and our premier sponsor, Davis Wright Tremaine, we're disrupting cycles of homelessness and violence
At Wellspring Family Services we build well-being – one child, one parent and one family at a time. We help our clients stabilize, nurture relationships, and perfect the skills each needs to thrive.
Our work is focused on the science of how brains deal with trauma. It’s transformational and ripples through generations.
And we couldn’t do it...
- Children often lose their future when they lose their street address. Add in drugs, violence and family instability, and the scale tilts toward tragedy. But imagine for a minute, What if?
Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large came close when he called for our community...
- Our Sweet Dreams donation drive runs through March 31
Donate new items to Wellspring’s Baby Boutique that help kids establish a bedtime routine and get a full night’s rest.
- Cozy pajamas
- Books for bedtime reading
A gas card can mean getting to that job interview.
And kindness? It can save a life.
At Wellspring Family Services we’re extra fortunate. We not only witness kindness, we see how much it means to families and children experiencing homelessness or other crises. We watch as parents earn certifications and secure jobs. We see kids open up and build the resilience that will help them through life’s challenges.
We see what it means when community takes care....
The short answer is that diapers, socks and strollers – even toothpaste and toothbrushes – help parents ensure the safety and healthy development of their children.
The long answer is a little more nuanced, but we think this quote helps capture it:
“The lovely little girl who chose the pink tricycle was riding it all around the toy room! A set of brothers were excited about that giant tube of cars, and took them home for the holidays....
2015 1211_blog_jenn and joyce.jpg DECEMBER 11, 2015 — At Wellspring Family Services we talk about helping clients become more stable and resilient, but what does that mean, on a personal level?
A recent article in the Seattle Times about Joyce, a former Housing Services client and now a mom of two boys in our Early Learning Center, captured just that.
Yes, through our...