Mental Health Services

If you or someone you know has a diagnosis of mental illness and is looking for help with daily living, there may be a fit with Bell.  Here you’ll find a supportive environment to engage in programs for socialization, job readiness, transitional and supported employment, housing, and more.

Click on the links for more information on the following:


New Beginnings–  Connecting to ourselves, each other, and the community

¿Habla Español? Bell’s Sendero program offers mental health services for Spanish speakers

Peer Support / Employment Support – Oasis House members are rebuilding lives in the community


Mental Health Housing Supports – Independent, minimum, moderate, and maximum care options for adults in York County

Mental Health Awareness Month Logo with green light bulb (PNG).

2024 York County Activities Include:

York Kick-Off Walk to Wellness: Wednesday, May 2nd at 11:45 a.m.

Meet at the York County Administrative Center at 28 East Market Street in York to hear a proclamation from York County and City leaders, then join us for short walk-through town.

Breaking the Silence with the York Revolution: Friday, May 10th, game starts at 6:30 p.m.

NAMI York-Adams Counties, the Bartz Brigade, and Building Bridges for Brianna are hosting a mental health awareness night with the York Revolution baseball team.  Join us at the stadium at 5 Brooks Robinson Way in York for a night of baseball and to honor those who have died by suicide. It will feature local mental health providers.

Mental Wellness Day at the Adams County Farmers Market: Saturday, May 11th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Check out the market as well as wellness activities, short presentations, and resources. The Adams County Farmers Market is located at the Gettysburg Rec Park at 545 Long Lane in Gettysburg.

Day at the Park: Saturday, May 18th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Join us for a day at John Rudy Park, located at 400 Mundis Race Road.  There will be vendors, games, and giveaways!

Wear Green!

Wear green in May to show your support!

Light Up Green!

Switch out one of your regular outside light bulbs with a green one this May and light up green!


For a list of other community mental health resources and providers, visit