About OverviewWellspring is committed to preventing homelessness before it happens and intervening early when it does. We put families first. Learn more about our innovative approach, model and team.
Services OverviewWellspring is here to help. We act as advisors, helping clients to connect with whatever services they need to find lasting stability for themselves and their families.
- HousingServices to help families retain and regain stable housing.
- Early LearningPre-K education for children experiencing homelessness.
- EAPEmployee Assistance Program that connects employees in crisis with the services they need.
- Family StoreAccess to free clothing and essential items for children age 0–17.
- FIREFamily Information Resource Exchange (FIRE) provides digital resources for regaining stability.
- Employee Stability ProgramEmployee Stability Program helps employees retain or regain housing stability.
- Get Involved
Get Involved OverviewWellspring has a variety of ways for you to connect, engage and support our mission to end Family Homelessness. Now is your opportunity to take action.
- Individual GivingMake a life-altering gift in support of Wellspring families.
- Corporate EngagementLearn how your company can make an impact on family homelessness.
- VolunteerismShare your time, share your talents. Here’s how you can help.
- CalendarCheck out the ways you can engage with Wellspring.
- Our FundersWith gratitude to our partners in ending homelessness.
- PublicationsRead impact reports and archived newsletters.
For media inquiries, contact:
Meg Roberts, External Communications Manager
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- April 21, 2022: Joe Nguyen Joins Wellspring Family Services as VP of Strategy
- March 24, 2022: Wellspring Family Services Expands Leadership Team to Address Critical Demand for Mental Health Services
In the news
- Inspired to help, Seattle Times readers donate millions to Fund for Those in Need, Seattle Times (2.5.23)
- ‘Miraculous’ assistance helps Seattle-area mom keep her family in stable housing, Seattle Times (12.29.22)
- Here’s what Seattle-area homelessness organizations really need this holiday season, Seattle Times (11.22.22)
- At Wellspring Family Services, support and guidance for families, a haven for kids, Seattle Times (12.29.21)
- Readers have donated over $2 million to The Seattle Times Fund for Those in Need so far, Seattle Times (12.23.21)
- Demand for services ‘skyrockets’ as The Seattle Times kicks off Fund for Those in Need campaign, Seattle Times (11.21.21)
- Redefining Homelessness so children and families don’t fall through the cracks, Seattle Times (5.9.21)
- Seattle Needs Knitters, The Stranger SLOG (2.26.21)
- Black History Month: Recognizing Leaders in Early Learning, Washington State Dept of Children, Youth & Families (2.16.21)
- Inclusive strategies create space for all kids in early learning, Seattle Times (2.3.21)
- A helping hand let a King County mom pursue a degree, a career and remake her family’s life, Seattle Times (1.3.21)
- Council moves forward with plan allowing households to receive additional CARES Act funds, My Edmonds News (9.9.20)
- After push from Native organizations, King County will add tribal affiliations to its homelessness database, Seattle Times (8.30.20)