Well Springs Community Services was founded in 2010 by Anneth Bryan, a Registered Social Worker on a mission to provide quality social care within her local community. The Service initially begun with her delivering independent social work and social care training in the local area where she lived and later expanded its projects by offering employability and money management programs in partnership with the DWP and CAP UK.
Well Springs evolved and now predominately works in the field of restorative practice, wellbeing and social care. We deliver training, consultancy and implementation in organisations across different sectors. All the staff at Well Springs have a commitment to restorative principles which include respect, effective communication, reparation and positivity. These values underpin the service that we provide to our clients.
Who We Are
Our staff and volunteers are professionals who are committed to providing quality and relevant person centred and outcome focused interventions. Well Springs has been working with different community groups and statutory agencies over the past 10 years locally and nationally and sharing our expertise is one way we support organisations and individuals to develop or enhance their services and foster best practice.
Our vision is for a society which is empowered to communicate and resolve conflict and other personal challenges in a more positive way.
To train and coach individuals and organisations to resolve conflict, communicate better, overcome personal challenges and build strong, long lasting relationships.
We help organisations and individuals find positive ways to resolve difficult issues and restore harmony.
We deliver training programmes to individual and groups to refresh knowledge and equip them with important skills.
We revitalise lives by providing coaching, mentoring and consultancy that fosters transformation and personal development.
Why Choose Us?
Our staff have a range of professional qualifications and experience including Social Work, Housing, Counselling, Coaching, Mentoring, Project Management, Training, Marketing, Restorative Justice and ASIST Suicide 1st Aid.
We have established strong links and local knowledge which has helped us engage effectively with various agencies enabling us to work together to provide services more collaboratively. We are also an Organisational Board Member of the Bedfordshire Victims Partnership which was formed as a consortium of agencies that now provide governance to the new Signpost Hub for victims in Bedfordshire set up by the Police and Crime Commissioners office.
Well Springs have signed the victims pledge. Our service users need to know that their needs are at the heart of what we do and we are committed to following a minimum standard of care in client engagement.
We agree that all victims of any kind and their families should be treated with dignity and respect,
provided with appropriate safeguards at all stages of any criminal and restorative practice process. That they feel supported and empowered to know their rights. We are committed to ensuring that this happens in our service.
We are also committed to signposting individuals who require support that we are unable to provide.