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Family Man Happy Hour Returns

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 […]

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Making the Most of Life

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 […]

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Light the Way for Mental Health

Every May during Mental Health Awareness Month, the York County Human Services’ Light the Way for Mental Health campaign sheds light on mental health with one simple gesture: asking each of us to place one green light in a visible location in our home, place of business, school, or church to GREEN and keep it […]

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Be Patient with the Process

Let me tell you about Bernie. First of all, a greeting from him is like being wrapped in a big purple hug regardless of whether you’re even physically embracing.  He’s almost always decked out in Ravens gear and his warm smile and sense of humor will brighten the cloudiest of days. (That’s him in the purple […]

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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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