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Congratulations, Angela Weaver and Mary Griest, on your promotion!

Bell Socialization Services proudly announces the promotions this spring of Angela Weaver to Director of Intellectual/Developmental Disability (IDD) Services and Mary Griest to Assistant Director of IDD Services. Angela and Mary bring both experience and dedication to their new roles. Angela has been with Bell for 13 years, most recently serving as Assistant Director of […]

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Building Bridges: Omayra’s Path to Empowerment

Today, we share a heartwarming and inspiring story from Bell’s Bridge Housing Program. Omayra has been in the program for the past eleven months. She commented, “I am so happy to be in this program. It has been a blessing.” While at LifePath, her caseworker referred Omayra to our Bridge Housing Program. Omayra commented, “The […]

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Thank You for Supporting Bell During Give Local York

York County’s biggest giving day took place on May 2nd and 3rd. At Bell, we are incredibly grateful to everyone who gave a gift during Give Local York. Your compassion and generosity took us past our initial goal of $36,000, raising $45,103. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you. Also, we would like […]

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Shining Bright: Bernie Graduates with Honors 

Bell would like to congratulate Bernie, a member of Oasis House and a client in our Supported Housing program, for receiving his associate degree in hospitality management. Bernie expressed, “This degree is more than just a piece of paper. I had several challenges and hurdles I had to overcome, and I ended up graduating with honors.” Bernie came to Bell three […]

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Compassion and Creativity at AIM

Victor Holler, the Program Coordinator at AIM, Bell’s licensed adult training facility, emphasized the importance of understanding one’s motivation: “You have to figure out your why. What inspires or encourages you? For me, I enjoy seeing other people grow and advance.” Observing Victor and Alicia, the Day Program Supervisor, interacting with the individuals, you see […]

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