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WellSpring Family Shelter

WellSpring offers emergency shelter and supportive services to families experiencing poverty and homelessness.

WellSpring operates a nine-unit emergency shelter with efficiency or one-bedroom apartments where residents live without cost. During their time at WellSpring staff partner with community partners to help families work towards self-sufficiency in their own residence.

HopeSpring in Morgan County

HopeSpring’s approach integrates permanent, affordable apartments with best practices, community-based supportive services, to help those with long-term disabilities such as mental illness, physical, or developmental, chronic health conditions be able to access and maintain stable housing in our community.

We offer individually tailored and flexible services for all families. This model helps us to be more responsive to their needs, be efficient and effective in service delivery, and fully utilize our staff expertise. Services are designed to build independent living and tenancy sills as well as connect people to health care, transportation and more.

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With your support, we will provide 250 nights of shelter to families experiencing homelessness

Since 1988, WellSpring has helped thousands of Morgan County families find a way out of homelessness and have empowered them to create brighter futures for their children. Our mission is to give them opportunities to stabilize their lives by offering shelter, advocacy, support and paths to self-sufficiency.

WellSpring is three agencies in one as we not only provide emergency shelter, but also permanent supportive housing for qualified families at HopeSpring and a centralized location for resources, referrals and connections as the Community Service Center of Morgan County (CSCMC).

Wellspring Events

This is such a wonderful blessing to our community and the people who are helped by living there.
Trudy C.
We came in without are children & broken 03/2017 and we are moving into are very own house 03/2019 with are children. Thank you WellSpring for all your support and encouragement. This is a great place to get your life back on track. They don't judge you or put you down Thank you so much Bob Goodrum & Jean Arnold.
Jim D
They are great and amazing People. They help you with anything and everything you need. You can talk to them, any of them.
Tabatha W.

Our History

The Community Service Center of Morgan County, Inc. was established in 1988 to meet the needs of a rising population of homeless families in Morgan and the surrounding counties.

 The emergency shelter opened in 1989 on Morgan Street in Martinsville and provided basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, and referral to other local services. In addition to emergency shelter, the organization began offering transitional housing in 1996 when the Morgan County Commissioners, in conjunction with the Indiana Housing Finance Authority, provided the funding to purchase two off-site duplexes.

In 2002, the National Benevolent Association of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) donated property located at 301 W. Harrison St. in Martinsville, Indiana. The following year, the United Way of Central Indiana provided a capital investment of over $2 million to remodel sections of the donated building. In addition to nine (9) emergency shelter units and fourteen (14) transitional housing apartments, the donated facility provided needed office space, community areas for residents and their families, conference and tutoring rooms, space for a resident computer lab, laundry rooms, food pantry, and enough ground for two children’s playgrounds.

In December of 2008, the agency began doing business as WellSpring. WellSpring’s mission has been able to grow beyond simple shelter as current services now include intensive success coaching (case management), employment assistance, life skills classes, mental health and substance abuse counseling, nutrition and parenting education, and educational tutoring for youth. These supportive services help residents stabilize their situations, increase their interpersonal skill level, and assist them in moving toward greater levels of self-sufficiency, all while enabling families to remain intact. WellSpring continues to be the only family shelter in Morgan County and serves several surrounding counties.

About Us

Our mission is to serve those experiencing the effects of poverty by offering opportunities to stabilize their lives through housing, advocacy, support and paths to self-sufficiency.