Monday, November 30, 2015
Our Services

For Those in Our Safe Shelter
Hospital/medical care
Counseling and support groups
Housing referrals
First month's rent and utility deposit
Assistance getting benefits
Financial literacy and empowerment
Child care
Protective orders
Job search, continuing education or job training
Parenting training
Court advocacy
Community referrals

For Those in the Community
24-hour telephone crisis intervention
Safety planning
Counseling and support groups
Financial literacy and empowerment
Community referrals
Community education and awareness
Teen dating violence awareness

About The Wellspring Domestic Violence Program

The Domestic Violence Program offers free confidential services to adults and children in violent, abusive relationships. These services are offered to help survivors of domestic violence have a life free from emotional, physical, and/or sexual abuse. Services are available for those staying in our safe shelter and those in the community. Community awareness programs also help create consensus that abusive language and behavior will not be tolerated here.

Scroll to the blue tab above labeled Domestic Violence Program for links to more information about DV, how we can help, and much more to keep you and those you love safe! 

Our Locations
Inside Family Justice Center - 620 Riverside Drive - Monroe 71201
       Ph 318.998.6030
Administrative Offices - 1515 Jackson Street - Monroe 71202
      Ph 318.651.9314
Counseling and Family Development Ctr. - 1103 Hudson - Monroe 71201
      Ph 318.323.1505
Winnsboro office - 502 Prairie Street, Suite B - Winnsboro 71295
      Ph 318.412.0226
Bastrop office - 529 N. Washington Street - Bastrop 71220
      Ph 318.281.3655

Services also available in other NELA parishes -- call 318.323.1505 for more information!


Telling Amy's Story

Hosted by actress and activist Mariska Hargitay, and told by detective Deirdri Fishel, Telling Amy’s Story follows the timeline of a domestic violence homicide that occurred on November 8, 2001. Please click on the link below for more information and to watch the trailer.

A Community United

 Below:; Community leaders join together to fight domestic violence by forming a Familly Justice Center, a one-stop service center for those dealing with dometic violence. (2005) 

 "Children think the world is like their own family. From infancy, each of us begins to chart our experience of the world, and this chart lives and breathes with family. If the family is a safe place, the world is a safe place. If the family is a violent, mean, unpredictable place, that is exactly what the child thinks the world must be." -- Naomi Griffith, Red Clay and Vinegar

Items of Interest


Call 911 for emergencies. Call 211 for community information and referrals. Call 318.323.1505 for individual or family crisis intervention. Call 318.651.9314 for the administrative offices.

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