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We're glad you found us. Here is a little introduction of who we are and what we do.

  • If you are a counselor and would like to be involved, let us know!

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What is Wellspring Counseling Ministries?

Wellspring Counseling Ministries is a small, grassroots organization dedicated to meeting the counseling needs of individuals, families, churches and communities within our sphere of influence. Our ministry links people together with Christian counseling resources and referral information. We also develop projects and provide grants, loans, and scholarships that enhance the spiritual, emotional, social, economic and physical well-being of those to whom we minister.

Why was Wellspring Counseling Ministries founded?

Wellspring was founded as a result of the numerous calls that our founder and director Cindi Martin received every day in her private practice asking her about available and affordable Christian counseling resources. As a result, she invited several of her colleagues in the local area to become part of an informal network of Christian counselors and produced a small directory for distribution. In 2004, a generous donor provided funds allowing us to incorporate as a non-profit organization. In addition, that gift has allowed us to develop a small scholarship and loan program for at risk families.

Who founded Wellspring Counseling Ministries?

We were founded by Cindi J. Martin, LCSW, currently in private practice in Oakdale, California. She dedicated her life to Christ when she was 15 years old and God used Isaiah 58 and Isaiah 61 to launch her into the fields of psychology and social work. Over the last 33 years, Cindi has been burdened for those without the resources to afford professional Christian counseling services.  She has volunteered in the churches she has attended, served with her husband overseas as a missionary, and has worked for organizations like Catholic Charities, Urban Care Ministries, and various county mental health agencies in order to help meet that need for professional counseling.

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