Wellspring - Ending relationship and sexual abuse in Saratoga County

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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 – 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.


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On this sunny, warm Saturday Wellspring's Board of Directors spent 8 hours in a planning retreat strategizing how we can more effectively work toward our vision of ending relationship and sexual abuse in ten years. We've got an ambitious action plan and ways to include everyone in our community in helping with our goals.

So a huge thanks to board members: Stephanie Corp,Tom Meaney, Lester Snyder, Erica Fuller, Mike Mihaly, Jason MacGregor, Stephanie Collins, Denise Palumbo, Kristen Corcoran, Sherry Finkel Murphy, Dr. Sophia Monsour, John Lefner, Dawn Sauer, Amy Knussman, Linda Toohey, Dave Cumming, Jake Behuniak, and Karen Sosler!

In case you're worried it was all work and no fun... as is our tradition, we broke for lunch and had a delightful time and great food at Cantina - Saratoga Springs. And a special thanks to our friends at Adirondack Trust Company for hosting our retreat.
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