Promoting Healthy Living Through Education, Training & Advocacy

Who Is Wellspring Center for Prevention?

Wellspring Center for Prevention is a private nonprofit agency serving community members and organizations of Middlesex and Monmouth Counties. We are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities through our quality prevention and intervention services. Our programs promote sound mental health, effective family functioning, and awareness of the devastating effects of substance misuse and dependency.

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As part of our offerings, Wellspring provides school-based clinical services in partnership with various school districts in Middlesex County. Our programs are designed around collaboration with the school district’s practices and on-site support services to ensure a seamless, barrier-free environment to care. Each program is staffed by professionals experienced in youth development, mental health counseling, and case management and backed by Wellspring’s mission to help educators focus on their youth and foster and develop healthy minds and healthy bodies.

Learn more about our School-Based Clinical Services

Know anyone who is in need of referral to treatment?

For the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – Call or text 988.

Click here to access our online help-tool.

Or, call the statewide Addiction Access Center at 844-276-2777

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Our Programs

Our work is centered around improving the health and well-being of individuals, families, professionals, and communities through quality prevention and intervention services. Our programs promote sound mental health, effective family functioning, and awareness of the devastating effects of substance misuse and dependency across the lifespan.

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Wellspring by the Numbers

0 Students contacted through 15 school-based events during the Fall 2023 semester, plus provided 298 students with Pathways services.
0 + Individual website visitors on the first three quarters of 2023.
0 + Individuals reached out to Wellspring for referrals to substance misuse help and information relating to substance misuse in Q1-Q3 2023.

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