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Mental Health Services

Mental illnesses can affect people of any age, race, gender, or income. While these medical conditions can disrupt a person’s thinking, ability to relate to others, and daily functioning, more than 2/3 of Americans who have a mental illness live in the community and lead productive lives.

We work to eliminate the stigma of living with mental illness and offer services to empower people to improve their lives.

 

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Intellectual Disability Services

Bell provides supportive residential and social environments to help people living with intellectual disabilities explore their potential.

With appropriate personalized support plans, adults with limitations in their ability for learning, reasoning, and problem solving can explore their strengths, and build their capacity to live full, active lives.

 

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Homelessness & Housing Support

Individuals and families who are homeless, near homeless, or low income can find supportive services through Bell’s emergency shelter, transitional housing, and rental assistance programs.

Bell offers caring guidance plus connections to a network of community resources to help people empower themselves toward independent living.

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Stories

Pillow Fight Day Inspires Month-Long Pillow Drive

Every year in cities around the world, people gather in parking lots, piazzas, and parks to plunk one another with pillows in celebration of  International Pillow Fight Day.  That special day this year is  Saturday, April 6 and we invite you to join in the celebration by donating a new pillow to Bell this month! […]

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Bell’s ACT Team Welcomes New Program Coordinator

Anne K. Elliott has been hired as the Program Coordinator/Team Lead for Bell’s Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program in the agency’s mental health department. In her new role at Bell, Elliott will be supervising and overseeing the daily functions of the ACT program, which provides rehabilitative support and psycho-social services to help people living with […]

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Local Family Foundation Supports Family Shelter

A big Bell family hug to the descendants of Russell and Eleanor Horn for lifting up York County families experiencing homelessness. Their ongoing contributions to Bell Family Shelter through the Russell and Eleanor Horn Foundation have helped hundreds of people over the years. This year’s contributions for FIVE Adopt-a-Days bring one-on-one support from caring staff . […]

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Operation Warm Hearts

Having enough warm hats, scarves and mittens/gloves to go around during the cold winter months is an on-going challenge at Bell as so many people come in and out of our doors. We are always grateful for groups and individuals who turn their artful skills of knitting and crochet into useful goods for us to […]

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National Roof Over Your Head Day

Today is National Roof Over Your Head Day! According to National Day Calendar .com, this special day “was created as a day to be thankful for what you have, starting with the roof over your head.” We couldn’t agree more, especially as we just kicked off a special campaign for our Roof Over Our Families (ROOF) […]

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Adopt-a-Day Gift Shelters Families

Today we celebrate the generosity of  CGA Law Firm and their Adopt-a-Day gift in memory of John and Naomi Griffiths, parents of attorney (and Bell Board member) Rees Griffiths. Rees has served on Bell’s board for 25 years and has been adopting a day in his parents’ honor/memory for many of those years. Individuals and […]

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Partners

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

—Helen Keller