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Strategies for Adjusting After COVID-19 Distancing

Strategy #1: Pay attention to how you feel. As you move through continued change, tend to your emotional needs. As it’s possible, observe and name your feelings as you experience…

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DEIA Specialist Ernie Cathcart Retires

If you ask Wellspring’s Chief Program Officer, Bevette Irvis, about the days before Ernie Cathcart, she can tell you some stories. And some concerns. And some hopes and dreams. A…

Ernie Cathcart, retiring manager DEIA
2021 Wellspring Children and Teen Gift Drive

The annual Wellspring Family Services Children & Teen Gift Drive, part of the Giving Together campaign, is off to a great start. Thank you to all who have given so…

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Social Work Means Showing Up

Something special happens when we show up for other people. Showing up means thinking outside of ourselves. It requires us to be vulnerable, and to give of our personal time…

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Unhoused: A #WellConnected Community Conversation Sept. 14 & Nov. 18

As the chronic homelessness crisis continues commanding our public attention and concern, we must also shed a light on the increasing numbers of homeless children and families who are struggling…

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Homelessness Redefined in Washington State – Why Does it Matter?

A sold-out Seahawks game seats 72,000 people – so 80,000 is a lot of children and youth experiencing homelessness – more than a packed stadium. But do you know the…

Our Neighbors are Relying on Us!

Your collective generosity raised more than $485,000 to help families in our community find hope, discover opportunity, and build resilience – thank you! However, our work is far from finished.…

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