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Monroe, LA - 71202
(318) 651-9314


The Wellspring Alliance For Families, Inc.

The Domestic Violence Program offers free and confidential services to adults and children in abusive relationships.

The Wellspring offers services that help survivors of domestic violence have a life free from emotional, physical, economical and sexual abuse.

Services are available for residents staying at their safe shelter and non-residents living in the 12 parish region listed below.

You can call them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

  • 1-888-411-1333



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Comments
  • Reply User   2019-10-13 18:29:55

    Yes I like to know more bout the domestic shelter what the rules to be there what time do I have to leave

  • Reply User   2019-11-17 18:10:01

    Wondering what is required to stay at your shelter I haven't been physically abused but the emotional B's is more than I can bear. I tried to take pills but he won't let me kill myself because he'd rather torture me with words not letting me sleep anything he can do to just break me down. What services do you provide to help women who have a job but don't have enough finances to get out on her own. I'm not looking for anything free I just need something that I can afford until I can do better

  • Reply User   2020-03-27 09:06:02

    Married to a veteran with PTSD ADHD NARCISSISTIC TOXIC LIAR CHEATER. Got to be his way or no way. Wants no one in the house to talk back or explain themselves. It’s a real struggle now. I’m tired of the fighting name calling bickering about the past or a topic that he doesn’t want to talk about . I’m having palpitations and anxiety spells. Kids shouldn’t have to be threatened because of what he THINK has happened. I been going through this for some years now and saying to myself that he’s gonna get better. He even sometimes lashes out and hit me or balls his fist when he gets mad. I’m trying to stay strong because he really need help but won’t go and get it. MY KIDS AND I ARE THE VICTIMS. We are such a lovely couple to everyone on the outside. There’s so many tears scars anxiety and stress behind this smile. I think I threatened him and told him next time he hits me I’m calling the Sheriff Dept. I JUST WANT PEACE PLEASE HELP

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