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Welcome

Unity House is a Vocational Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for individuals whom have been diagnosed with a mental disability. There are currently over 600 members and Unity House is funded by North Hampton County MH/MR and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness have a desire to gain work skills, earn a living, share in meaningful relationships, and to enjoy companionship with friends and families. Unity House members have aspirations to lead meaningful and full lives just like everyone else in our society. However, many members of society are not well educated about mental illness and believe that mental health consumers cannot be productive citizens.

At Unity House we are working to educate others about mental illness and make every effort to find meaningful employment for our members to enter, or return to the work force.

Unity House of Bethlehem is operated by a partnership of members and staff under the auspices of Salisbury Behavioral Health, Inc.

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Clubhouse Guarantees

A GUARANTEED RIGHT TO A PLACE TO COME
A GUARANTEED RIGHT TO MEANINGFUL WORK
A GUARANTEED RIGHT TO MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS
A GUARANTEED RIGHT TO A PLACE TO RETURN

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Membership

Who Can Become A Member?

Membership is open to any Northampton County resident, of at least 18 years of age, with a history of mental illness, unless that person poses a significant and current threat to the general safety of the program.

How Do I Become A Member?
1. Call us to schedule a tour or just stop by! Phone: (610) 691-1580
2. All necessary paperwork will be given to complete.
3. Prospective member must complete 2 days of orientation to familiarize themselves with the program.

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Clubhouse Hours

Monday: 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am-3:00 pm
This program is funded by the Northampton County Office of Mental Health and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.

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