September 23, 2014

WELLSPRING WOMEN'S CENTER, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817, SYLVIA LYDIA MORELOS

Cranes of Hope
August 14th, 2014
Did you find one of our cranes around town?  In honor of Wellspring Women’s Center’s participation in the 16th Annual Race for the Arts, Wellspring is spreading HOPE by placing origami paper cranes all over the City of Sacramento. Join us as we spread HOPE! Be on the lookout for our cranes on the day […]

16th Annual Race for the Arts
July 22nd, 2014
  16th Annual RACE FOR THE ARTS 5K WALK/RUN and Fun Runs SUPPORT Wellspring Women’s Center’s ART of BEING Program Join Wellspring Women’s Center’s staff as they walk and run in the 16th Annual Race for the Arts. We invite YOU to sign up to walk or run with us! Not able to participate? You […]

Art of Being Video
July 14th, 2014
What if you saw your life as a work of art? What if mindfulness and creativity could transform the way you experience your life, relationships and purpose?   The Art of Being Program addresses these very questions. In the past year, Wellspring Women’s Center’s Art of Being Program has provided over 3,083 opportunities for creative activity.  The purpose […]

2013 Year in Review Now Available
April 8th, 2014
This March, many of our supporters received a letter which included a look back at our accomplishments during 2013. We thank everyone who gave of their time, talent and treasure to support our work at Wellspring Women’s Center. Your involvement brings hope into lives and we are honored by your choice to include Wellspring in your […]

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Welcome

Wellspring Women's Center is open Monday through Friday, offering a nutritious breakfast daily to over 200 women and their children. Volunteers provide supervised and creative play for guests’ children. During the afternoon, guests may obtain mental health counseling from a staff social worker and interns. Wellspring staff members assist guests with referrals for needed services, and local agencies provide outreach at Wellspring so that community resources are not duplicated.

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