Great big thanks go to Theresa Donahue and her colleagues (shown in photograph) for the office supplies, another timely donation!
Women's Recovery Conference, a powerful experience, I was humbled to be in the company of so many empowered women making a difference. Empowered women... empowering women...empowering the world.
Donated furniture from The Furniture Trust gets loaded on a donated truck by volunteers donating their time. Thanks to all and Dan, AJ and Matt for their generousity and kindness.
Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) license is considered a "gold star" standard of care in substance use treatment. We are proud to announce The Woman at the Well, Inc. has been issued this important license.
The building front of our new location in downtown Taunton, MA. The sense of community in Taunton is amazing. This close knit community has been supportive and welcoming. We look forward to developing new friendships and giving back to this wonderful community
Kimberly Minich, Activities Coordinator for our Second Annual Harvest of Hope Fall Family Fundraiser assists Duken Delpe's children. Apples dipped in paint, were stamped on a large sheet of paper, creating a beautiful Sign of Hope. Our friends and families enjoyed a wonderful day.
Duken Delpe, Artistic Director with The Woman at the Well, Inc. answers questions about the affects and life-threatening dangers of using Fentanyl and other drugs. Thanks go to Ellen Snoeyenbos, Director of the West Bridgewater Public Library for hosting this community outreach service.
The Woman at The Well just celebrated a birthday! We have hit the two mark and are going strong. We have a talented team of individuals donating their time, wisdom, and love for humanity. Please consider making a donation and help us sustain our future for doing good in our community. Tap the presents to donate now.
The Woman at the Well's Jake Riley receives bags of fresh pastry, from Starbuck's employee Dawson. Donated weekly from the Brockton Westgate location, they are helping women in crisis. Combined with conversation and a hot coffee, women are able to nurture each other.
Golf Fundraiser New Date TBD
We Are hiring! If you have recently graduated with a health degree, congratulations! We will help you get your NPI number! Come empower women in your community. We are adding new and exciting groups, including yoga, reiki, and meditation. A paint night will be available soon. Our staff will be on hand at our Open House - June 4th to answer any questions. Please feel free to stop in at any time and speak with us!
We have been pictured in the news for a grant recently awarded by the Bridgewater Savings Bank. We were awarded $1,000 for supplies for our CAT Workshop. Supplies have been purchased and we are ready to begin another exciting session with a world renowned artist, Duken Delpe!
Happy New Year to all of our many friends, family, partners, and community members who have given tirelessly to ensure our continued success as we work toward providing much needed services to our community. Particular thanks, go to Billy and Caren Piazza for the much needed addition of a handicapped bathroom. We will be adding additional life saving services soon...
Our gratitude goes out to The New England Center and Home for Veteran's for their generous donation of office computers. The job training interview preparedness initiative will benefit greatly, as we assist women on the path to self-sufficiency.
We now provide many recovery self-help, domestic violence advocacy, mental health referrals and family support services. Please call our center for more details using our toll free number 1-844-583-WELL (9355). Medicare and Medicaid now excepted.
Our Harvest of Hope Fall Fundraiser, held at the St. Ann's Parish Center on Saturday, October 15th, was an amazing family fun-filled event. The weather was perfect for pumpkin painting, pony rides, face painting, music, food and raffle prizes. We raised 1,000 dollars. Thank you to all who participated with generous donations and volunteering!
Our thanks go out to all those who have given of their time and/or donations. Our new office is beautiful and we are one step closer to our dreams becoming reality. The community has been tremendously supportive and we are grateful and excited to work together towards our shared interests. Handing out flags to children on Park Day, September 11th
The Woman at the Well is almost ready to open our doors to the community. We have been working to set up the new space and programs. We appreciate your support and patience during this exciting time! Check back here for more updates.
We are excited to announce that The Woman at the Well has found its new home in West Bridgewater, MA. Please visit our Go Fund Me page and consider making a donation. We need your help saving our community!
When choosing a name for our organization, I wanted to invoke a message with meaning. The woman at the well is an old story taken from the bible, which personally speaks to me of women's empowerment, diversity, and inclusion. Its a story about renewal of passion for our purpose in life.
The Woman At The Well chooses to remain unaffiliated with any church or religion and provides a safe place for individuals to work on themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually.