Des Moines, Iowa- The Well Resource Center in Des Moines is open for client appointments and walk-ins from 10-12 PM and 1-3 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning April 17th.
The Well Resource Center in Des Moines is officing out of the Hope+Elim church campus at 2500 University, Suite 313. The Well is also conveniently located on the DART bus route 3 and 60. You can call (515) 398-0724 for more information or to make an appointment. During hours of operation, please enter through the main south entrance via the controlled door access and ask for The Well.

The Well Resource Center offers individuals a way to find help and hope when facing a variety of difficult circumstances. Knowing and navigating existing resources is complex, and people need a local place to go to get the guidance and advocacy they need. “As an organization, we recognize there are many underlying factors affecting someone’s situation, and therefore focus on the total person to guide and help those struggling reach long-term stability in their lives. Together, we explore options and take
steps to help stabilize one’s resources”, said Jayson Henry, CEO at The Well. The Well does this through collaborative community partnerships and innovative programs, all while focusing on building relationships and addressing the root cause of the issues at hand. Anyone is welcome to receive services through The Well Resource Center.

All donations to The Well Des Moines Resource Center support the Well’s ministry to help local people reach long-term stability in life. Donate online at or by dropping off a gift at The Well Des Moines office. If you would like to be a part of transforming lives by volunteering, visit to sign up and learn more about The Well.

About The Well -The Well’s mission is combining the love of Jesus, the help of our communities and the strength in each person to find hope for life. The Well is an organization of people from area churches, non-profits, businesses, and foundations interested in more effectively ministering to those in need in Pella, IA, Knoxville, IA, Fairfield, IA and now Des Moines, IA. Through volunteers and local partnerships, we hope to be a place of encouragement and support that connects people to necessary resources so people can reach long-term stability in life.