During the week of the third Thursday of each month, recipients can pick up a week’s worth of food (per a family of four).
Volunteers deliver food to housebound households in need.
Project SHARE Farmstand provides fresh produce and other food items. This is available except during the week of distribution and can be visited as often as needed by anyone in need.
Senior Boxes are distributed during the week of distribution. These boxes are available only to those 60 years of age or older who have a household gross income of less than 130% of the Federal Poverty Guideline.
“Kids in the Kitchen” and “Slice of the Month” offer nutrition education to children and adults.
Lunch & Learn is a program that provides a full lunch and reading and learning enrichment activities.
Classes, including Confidence and Finance Building class. Cumberland Fresh Match Dollars encourages Carlisle-area food stamp recipients to purchase foods from local farmer’s markets by matching up to $20 additional funds per week.
Employment support by matching skills and interests to jobs that need workers.
Group homes for people living with mental illness with Bell’s Supported Housing Program. Services include help to obtain housing, assistance with budgeting, and building basic living skills to successfully live independently.
Semester-type classes on life skills and socialization for those who struggle with mental health with Bell’s New Beginnings program.
The Oasis House is a clubhouse for peer support that operates on a work ordered day. This clubhouse helps those with a severe mental health diagnosis gain employment, education and connections with those around them.
Case management, crisis assessment and intervention, individual supportive therapy, medication and prescription monitoring and substance abuse services are also available as a part of Bell’s mental health services.
Crisis counseling for victims of joblessness, homelessness and domestic violence.
Free pregnancy tests
Free parenting information
Free adoption information
Free abortion information
A limited number of free obstetrical ultrasounds which can help determine if the baby is alive, pregnancy is ectopic, and the estimated due date for the baby.
A free, 8-week program called LEEM that teaches expecting mothers and their partners important skills like financial responsibility, safety and health for the mother and the child, stress management and labor.
Two infant receiving stations where a distressed parent who cannot care for their infant under 28 days old can give up custody as an alternative to abandonment. The baby will be put into the car of a member of the hospital medical staff as long as there is no sign of abuse, and there will be no further questions asked of the parent.