About

The Well

The Well envisions empowered people utilizing their God-given abilities to have long-term stability in their lives.

We Began in Order to Meet a Need…

In 2011, people from area churches and non-profit agencies saw a need to more effectively minister to people short on resources. They began meeting and talking. They discovered:

  • Many local organizations wanted to work together to serve those in need.
  • Information about resources was hard to get and services were scattered.
  • There were gaps between available services and actual needs.
  • A need for transportation or gas money was often an issue.
  • Affordable transitional and/or permanent housing was scarce.

Over time, they realized the need to provide a holistic approach to needs through building relationships with people in difficult life situations, and The Well was born.

Proven Success

The Numbers Don’t Lie

We are serving over 2,400 different people through our Resource Centers.

  • Over 400 different people are attending our programs
  • We’re employing 12 clients in our Well Works program
  • Our Thrift Stores are covering over 70% of our operational costs
  • We have over 500 servant-hearted volunteers that support the Well with their time

Served

Volunteers

Supporting the Ministries of The Well

Our Corporate Team

Jayson Henry

Executive Director

Eden Youngberg

Director, Advancement and Marketing

Tabitha Vos

Volunteer and Administration Coordinator

Bryan Gaylor

Director, ACTS Ministries

Rich Kacmarynski

Director, Well Works

Nancy Henry

Director, Thrift Store

Offering Help and Hope

What We Do Best

We Start with Christ

We want to meet you right where you are.

W are strengthened through Community Participation

We partner with local business, organizations and groups that support our purpose through labor, prayer and finances.

We Provide Hope for Long-Term Stability

We help people overcome obstacles to find stability and purpose in life.

A Letter from the Executive Director, Jayson Henry

Dear friend of The Well,

​As I look back on the last five years, it’s amazing how God has blessed this ministry. In the coming season, we have titled our planning sessions with the word “Growth.” The growth we have experienced is reflective of the fact that God’s math is different than ours… A few highlights include things like:

  • We are serving over 2,400 different people through our Resource Centers
  • Over 400 different people are attending our programs
  • We’re employing 12 clients in our Well Works program
  • Our Thrift Stores are covering over 70% of our operational costs
  • We have over 500 servant-hearted volunteers that support the Well with their time

Numbers are one thing, but the stories of transformation are another. We’ve been blessed to walk with people that come to the Well as a client, volunteer, customer, and community partner and their growth has been amazing. We get to see freedom from addiction, debt eliminated, families reunited, relationships repaired, and new relationships forged. They are finding stability in a world of chaos. Relationships are so important to us, and when we’re in relationship we can speak truth.

Being part of a relationship when someone realizes they are not identified by their past but by their identity and gifting that comes from the Lord is amazing. People see the Well as a place of healing, a place of community, and a place of family. Ultimately people are finding hope at the Well. It is so much fun to see those connected to the Well in our communities and see how they’re making this world a better place. I would encourage you to stop by and check it out.

What we offer doesn’t happen without support. As we spring into the upcoming ministry year, we ask that you prayerfully consider being a part of adding hope to those we serve through your financial support. We look to continue to grow our client base and strengthen our services, both of which rely on resources. We are so appreciative of our communities, our partners, and you for being part of this journey.