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Supportive Housing

Wellspring operates three supportive housing programs, which enable participants with extensive histories of psychiatric hospitalization to live successfully in the community.  There is no limit on the length of time a resident may live in these houses.  Broadway House, which opened in 1986 in the Phoenix Hill neighborhood, was recently relocated to new apartments south of Broadway. It is home to nine men who live in a congregate environment. Concord Apartments, in the Hikes Point area, opened in 1987; it provides housing for eight women in four two-bedroom apartments. Crescent House is the latest addition to Wellspring’s supportive housing program; this single-family home for three men recently celebrated its sixth anniversary.

Program Outcomes - FY 2011

  • 20 residents served in FY 2011
  • There was a 100% reduction in days of psychiatric hospitalization compared to the year before entering these programs
  • 100% of the clients at Broadway, Concord, and Crescent House are involved in community-based activities; several clients are employed on a part-time basis

Staff complement includes:

  • Master’s level clinical social worker
  • Consulting psychiatrist
  • Residential staff coverage (variable, according to clients’ needs)
  • 24-hour on-call clinical staff

Broadway, Concord, and Crescent House
Referral Number (502) 637-4361 x 1459
FAX: (502) 637-4490 

Broadway House
FAX: (502) 637-4490 

Concord Apartments
FAX: (502) 637-4490

Crescent House
FAX: (502) 637-4490

"Wellspring has helped me with stabilizing my medication, which makes so much difference. And they’ve helped me develop the skills that I need to understand in order to remain stable - plus reminding me that there is a cure for my illness, Schizophrenia.” - Danny



“Wellspring’s Concord House is my home away from home. Here, I’m treated well - yet challenged every day. I’m supported and loved…and it is like family to me!” -Stacey




Wellspring’s an awesome place to live, and a beacon of hope for those who are troubled. The Wellspring staff are kind and courteous to members, and knowledgeable on the issues about mental illness." - Dylan