What we offer

 Our List of Solutions Matched To Your Individual Needs
Our one-stop women's crisis center offers a safe haven to provide immediate assistance to a women in crisis. Our team of women, with vast expertise, have over fifty years of collective recovery time. Our  passion is to nurture hurting women by working to raise self esteem and  to validate self worth by providing the tools necessary to make  positive life changes that move women towards self-sufficiency.

  • Psychiatric Evaluation/Medication
  • Psychotherapy
  • Vivitrol Injections, Evizio Auto-Injectors
  • Individualized Long-Term Recovery Plans
  • Court Advocacy/Restraining/Custody Orders
  • Drug Court
  • Warrant Advocacy
  • Family Support
  • Awarness/Education/Support Groups
  • Job Readiness
  • Resource Area
  • One To One Mentoring
  • Children's Play Area
  • Creative Self-Help Programs
  • Integrated Health and Wellness Services

 Creative Arts Teen (CAT) Workshop
Our  new Creative Arts Teen (C.A.T.) Workshop is a self-help outreach geared  toward the 7th and 8th grade youth in the Bridgewater community. CAT  uses art as a threshold to create change, build self-esteem and develop  positive peer relationships by introducing young minds to the creative  process. We provide a positive, constructive outlet for youth and focus  on steering them away from the lure of dangerous substance and alcohol  use.

We seek donations for art supplies and  operational expenses. Please consider becoming a donor of this amazing  youth and community strengthening cause. Donate your gift of any amount today. Thank you! 

The Dress To Impress Program
Do  you have gently used business clothing and attire you wish to donate?  Please call our center to schedule a pick-up or drop-off. 
Applying  for a job can seem like an insurmountable challenge  to a woman who is  new in recovery or just getting out of a domestic crisis. A low self  image can be turned around in an instant with the proper clothing attire  to wear to an interview.  When a woman has a nice outfit to wear, her  self-esteem is lifted giving her the self-confidence to succeed!  We  will outfit women with age appropriate business attire. 

Our  vision for the area in our center is for a fresh and fun boutique look  with wardrobes, dressing room, shelving, baskets, clothing racks,  mirrors, furniture and lighting. Do you have a flair for decorating? Your  help is needed for setting up this area in our center.  Please consider  volunteering or donating items and/or funds to this worthy cause!
We will pick up your donations, please call 1-844-583-WELL (9355)
Do you have gently used business clothing and attire you wish to donate? Please call our center to schedule a pick-up or drop-off.  


 Internship Program
The  Woman At The Well has developed a student internship program.  Students  from local high schools and colleges are welcome to apply. We are  gratefully, working together with Bay State College, Bridgewater State  University, Cardinal Spellman High School, Lincoln Technical Institute,  Massasoit Community College, and Stonehill College internship programs.  Visit our contact page and email your information to our internship program coordinator, and see if we are the right fit for you!


No  student shall be discriminated against  based on race, creed, religion,  color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic  information, maternity leave, or national origin. We provide  interns  with a working environment free from sexual harassment and unlawful  discrimination. We promote an organizational culture enriched by mutual  respect, love,and kindness while ensuring a level  of positive, courteous, and professionalism to be observed at all  times.  


 Acupuncture, Reiki, Yoga, and Meditation Services
Acupuncture,  Reiki, Yoga, and Meditation are services we provide as a way of  relieving stress and anxiety often caused by withdrawal from substances  and alcohol. Please call our center for more information or to set up an  appointment. 

The  Yoga of 12-Step Recovery 

Combines the practical tools of the 12-step  program with the ancient wisdom of yoga. Our Y12SRis a 12-step  discussion and yoga practice that is open to anyone and everyone dealing  with their own addictive behavior or affected by the addictive  behavior of others. This is an open and inclusive group. All are welcome. Meets Friday,  5:00 - 6:30 pm


 Support Groups
AA Women's Open Discussion Group "Hope Shared" Meets every Tuesday afternoon from 4 :00 pm - 5:00 pm. Come get a meeting in and be home for supper and before dark!
Grandparent's Raising Grandchildren Support Group - ​Are you a grandparent raising your grandchildren?
Take time to care for yourself.......Time for healing, sharing, and learning. Join us Friday A.M.  10:00 - 11:30 A.M. 


 U visa Legal Aid - Immigration Relief for Victims of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence and Other Crimes
The  U nonimmigrant status (U visa) is set aside for victims of certain  crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law  enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution  of criminal activity. Congress created the U nonimmigrant visa with the  passage of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act  (including the Battered Immigrant Women’s Protection Act) in October  2000. The legislation was intended to strengthen the ability of law  enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute cases of domestic  violence, sexual assault, trafficking of aliens and other crimes, while  also protecting victims of crimes who have suffered substantial mental  or physical abuse due to the crime and are willing to help law  enforcement authorities in the investigation or prosecution of the  criminal activity. The legislation also helps law enforcement agencies  to better serve victims of crimes.

Who is eligible?

You may be eligible for a U nonimmigrant visa if:

You are the victim of qualifying criminal activity.
You have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of having been a victim of criminal activity.
You  have information about the criminal activity. If you are under the age  of 16 or unable to provide information due to a disability, a parent,  guardian, or next friend may possess the information about the crime on  your behalf
You were helpful, are helpful, or are likely to be  helpful to law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the  crime. If you are under the age of 16 or unable to provide information  due to a disability, a parent, guardian, or next friend may assist law  enforcement on your behalf.
The crime occurred in the United States or violated U.S. laws.


Legal aid donated by the Executive Director of Mass Care Link.
Aneudy Neo Gonzalez, Esq.
General Counsel