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Four Ways Spiritual Retreats Bless Well Community Members … And One Way You Can Help

Well Community members have long been anticipating the return of spiritual retreats, and we’re excited that on November 9-10, we’ll head back to Mt. Lebanon Camp for a time of rest, fun and renewal. Vacations ...

Six Must-Know Facts About Suicide

September is noted as “Suicide Prevention Month,” though at the Well, every day we stay keenly aware of its ever-looming threat. Though suicide is often considered a taboo topic, the facts about it are too ...

Interconnected: The Trifecta of Mental Illness, Poverty and Physical Challenges

“It’s all very interconnected,” says Alice Zaccarello, Executive Director of the Well Community. “Our members have a trifecta. They live with serious mental illness, all live in poverty and many have physical health conditions.” Each ...

An Ingrained Desire to Serve

Grace with her parents and Well Community members in the early days of the Well For Grace Pulis, serving at the Well had always been ordinary. Grace’s father, Joel Pulis, founded the Well Community in ...

Taking Every Opportunity to Serve at Jacob’s House

The weekly meals Caitlin Miles has prepared for Jacob's House aren't just about food-they're about community. "It's about sharing our common humanity and vulnerability," she explains. At the beginning of the pandemic, Caitlin's parents, Suzan ...

Jacob’s House: A Place of Stability

Stability is a primary goal for the Well and our members, and Jacob's House is our primary example of how that can happen. Founded in 2007 to address the serious shortage of affordable, safe housing ...
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