“Despite all the crises she has experienced, Wellsprings Outreach remain the constant in her life – a refuge and resource to which she can turn to for help”
It was at this time of extreme crisis that Wellsprings was mentioned. We saw the leaflet and supported her social worker in applying for a place when fostering ceased. It subsequently proved to be a turning point in her life when she was accepted as a resident at Wellsprings but honestly, we had no inkling then as to what a fantastic opportunity she had been given to turn her life around.
A New Home
Once settled in her own room she soon came to regard the dedicated social care workers as trusted friends and mentors who she could turn to for advice and help. Wellsprings became “Home” and the atmosphere to anyone who has visited gives off a homely feel. The staff, without exception have always given her unconditional support to bring her through her many problems and crises, teaching her how to develop strategies to help her gradually progress.
Despite all the crises she has experienced, Wellsprings Outreach remain the constant in her life – a refuge and resource to which she can turn to for help, advice or just a friendly understanding chat. An absolutely vital resource for any vulnerable young woman.
Wellsprings was instrumental in assisting her return to education, passing a number of essential exams. She is now in regular employment. In addition, she was assisted in finding a flat after her time at Wellsprings and continues to have kindness and compassionate support in setting up home and dealing with all that brings – rent, utility bills etc.
Over the recent past she had more than her fair share of unexpected crises but in every case Wellsprings has been there for her. Wellsprings is a beacon of hope and we are so thankful every day that our daughter has benefitted in such a fantastic positive way from the lovely dedicated and super kind people of Wellsprings.