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.
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.
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.
Join the Bell family on Monday, July 22 at People’s Bank Stadium to cheer on the York Revolution and rally support for Bell. Use THIS LINK to purchase your tickets at a special price of $10 each and 50% of your purchase comes to Bell to directly support programs that lift up our York County […]
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Congratulations to David Welber & Diane Krasner! In honor of their anniversary, Diane and David have made a gift of support to Bell Family Shelter. Their Adopt-a-Day donation covers one day’s operating costs, assuring a safe place to sleep, nutritious meals, and compassionate staff to help York County families experiencing homelessness tonight. – – – […]
Michael Kelly has been connected to Bell since he was 16 years old. He doesn’t recall the specifics of how it came to be, but says someone “called my step-mom and I was allowed to go to Bell ever since.” That was 44 years ago. When Michael was younger, he says “for a lot of […]
Grab your bros for some brews at Bell’s second annual Family Man Happy Hour fundraiser, a casual intimate gathering to spotlight Bell Family Shelter and our unique services to support men in our community who are facing the challenges of their family’s homelessness. RSVP today (registration caps at 40) and come see how you can […]
Brian Munchel has held the same job for nearly 30 years while at the same time attending day and evening programs providing socialization opportunities that have allowed him to build confidence and long-time friendships. Brian grew up and lived in his family home his whole life but after his dad passed and his mom was […]
Una conversación con Sara Serrano **English Version Below** Vine por primera vez al programa Sendero * como voluntaria. Me gustaba estar cerca de otras personas que hablan español y especialmente disfruté ayudando con actividades creativas. Pronto me di cuenta de que podría ayudarme a asistir al programa como participante. Esa decisión cambió mi vida. Existe […]
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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” —Helen Keller
We’re grateful for the following civic, faith-based, and corporate partners who have engaged with Bell in July . . .
B.P.O. Elks 213, Crystal Ball Brewing Company, Dietz Nauman Inc., Erie Insurance, Fed-Ex Supply Chain, First Energy Service Company, Fishman Flooring Solutions, Ganse Apothecary, Girl Scout Troop #20018, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Mutual of America Life Insurance Company, Penguin Random House, United Way of York County, White Rose Interiors, York Jaycees, Inc.