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Does your partner:
- make you feel afraid much of the time?
- act excessively jealous and possessive?
- control where you go and what you do?
- keep you from seeing your friends and/or family?
- threaten to commit suicide if you leave?
- threaten to take your children away?
- limit your access to money or things such as the phone or the car?
If this sounds like you or someone you know, call us. Wellspring cares. We are here to help.
What is domestic violence?
Domestic violence is a pattern of controlling behavior used by someone against their current or former dating partner, spouse, or intimate partner in an attempt to gain or maintain power and control over them.
Types of abuse include physical, sexual, emotional, and financial. These same behaviors can also be used against family members.
I feel unsafe. What are my options?
If you feel unsafe, call us – we have a 24-hour hotline! Wellspring also offers an emergency shelter, assistance with Orders of Protection, and help finding legal assistance. We help you process your experience and create safety plans. Our services are confidential and completely free for EVERYONE. You do not have to experience physical abuse to use our services.
My financial situation makes me reluctant to get help.
All of Wellspring’s services are free. Wellspring can also help you access resources in the community that can help.
I don't have access to transportation. Where can I get help?
We can still help! We can either help with transportation, meet over the phone, or meet you at a safe location. Contact us to discuss further.
I want to talk to someone, but I have my kids with me most of the time.
Wellspring staff is available to provide childcare for clients receiving services in our office.
I have chosen to go into shelter. What about my pets?
It's not me; I think someone I know is being abused.
Wellspring provides free, confidential counseling and education not only to victims of domestic violence, but to anyone affected by the abuse.
You can also check out the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s guidance for friends and family.
Get help now. Our services are free and confidential and available 24/7 via our hotline. Call now if you need to!