The day begins with a greeting and meeting time from 9 – 10 a.m. during which participants enjoy a sharing time, review their schedules and have a short devotional. Beginning at 10 a.m., participants rotate through enrichment classes and work sessions in the bakery on an hourly basis throughout the day. They have a full hour for lunch. You can read more about our programs here.
Wellspring has two payment options:
We accept the Medicaid Waiver, either SLS or DD. Individuals must be enrolled in Medicaid prior to qualifying for these waivers. Please contact your local CCB (Community Center Board) to learn more about how to apply.
- Developmental Pathways at https://www.dpcolo.org/ or call 303-858-2255. Serving Arapahoe & Douglas Counties.
- The Resource Exchange at https://www.tre.org/ or call 719-380-1100. Serving the Colorado Springs area.
- Developmental Disabilities Resource Center at https://www.DDRCCO.com or call 303-233-3363. Serving Jefferson County.
- Rocky Mountain Human Services at https://www.RMHumanservices.org 303-636-5600. Serving the County of Denver.
Private Pay Tuition Monthly. This option is based on a monthly tuition rate depending on how many days your loved one attends.
Please contact the office if you have questions regarding tuition firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-660-1935.
Yes! We love visitors! This is a great way to meet our staff and participants and see our innovative programs in action and see if Wellspring is the right fit for your loved one. We conduct tours on the 1st Tuesday of the month and the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Please call to sign up for a tour or schedule a different day.
Our office hours are 8:30 a.m – 5:00 p.m.
Work & Enrichment and Wellspring Bakery: M-F , 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Club 21 Castle Rock: 1st & 3rd Fridays of each month, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (826 Park St, Castle Rock)
826 Park Street, Suite 200, Castle Rock, Colorado, 80109. Click here for a map.
Our Wellspring Bakery is a full production, scratch bakery that produces a full range of baked goods, including cookies, brownies, scones, bars, breads, cupcakes and muffins. Call today to place an order 303-660-1935 or email email@example.com.
We also produce all natural dog biscuits in a variety of flavors. Our dog bones sell at Tony’s Market, Plum Creek Veterinary Clinic and Franktown Animal Clinic.
Absolutely! We are happy to provide baked goods for your next business meeting, birthday party or special event. To place an order call 303-660-1935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you purchase from Wellspring Bakery, you’re not only getting a delicious made from scratch treat, you’re empowering a life!
In our Work & Enrichment Program, participants must be ambulatory and cannot require full one-on-one assistance. We are able to serve folks in wheelchairs and those with some higher needs in our Wellspring Wonders Choir and Club 21. Interested persons should contact us to schedule an interview and visit to determine if our programs would be the right fit for your loved one. Click here to fill out participant registration forms.
Yes. Thanks to the support of generous donors, we are able to provide tuition assistance. Please call our office (303-660-1935) for more information.
No. All participants must bring their own lunch and a water bottle.
Yes! Please call our office (303-660-1935) for more information.
We love volunteers! We currently need:
- Volunteers to help in one of our many enrichment classes from 10am-12pm, 1pm-3pm or on our all day outings from 10am-3pm
- Folks to help in Club 21 to keep participants on task with activities and offer encouragement
- Help supporting participants in their work in the bakery
- Research assistance for grants and miscellaneous projects
Funding for our tuition assistance program
Funding for our transportation program
Funding for general operating expenses
Sponsors to help offset expenses for our Wellspring Bakery
Sponsors to help with the expenses of building and maintaining a greenhouse for our horticultural program