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Upcoming Events!

May Events


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Saturday, May 3

Zumbathon to Benefit Arch Street Center
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

SuperFly Fitness (315 W James Street, Suite 210)
from 2-4pm
$20 minimum donation
Click here to register!

Thursday, May 8

Community Night at Iron Hill!

Have dinner on Thursday, May 8th at Iron Hill (781 Harrisburg Ave) and 20% of your meal will benefit Arch Street Center!
Must have coupon to be eligible.

Wednesday, May 21

Celebrity Bartending at Characters Pub!

All gratuities benefit Arch Street Center between 5-8:00pm on Wednesday, May 21st!
38 North Christian Street, Lancaster
Guest bartenders for the evening:

  • State Representative Mike Sturla, friend of Arch Street Center
  • Corinn Horst, Arch Street Center Steering Committee member
  • Susanne Materia, Arch Street Center's Director of Development

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Arch Street Center will be moving mid-2014 to our new home at 629 North Market Street.

Arch Street Center is Moving!

In 2014, Arch Street Center will be moving to our new home: 629 North Market Street.
This new space will allow us plentiful parking, a larger facility, and a bright future for our Members.
To make this move happen, we are relying on the generosity of our donors.

Please consider a gift to our capital campaign.

We have a variety of donation options to meet all budgets.

Check out our video done by NxtBook Media that highlights how special the Center is for our Members as well as for our community.

Home Away From Home

Arch Street Center exists to promote the general well-being of adults experiencing serious mental health issues and emotional problems by providing a gathering place with an atmosphere that is positive and supportive.
Members can enjoy social and recreational activities including anything from sharing a television program or listening to music with friends to a variety of day trips, group games, craft programs and guest speakers. A nourishing meal is provided each evening for a nominal donation. Holidays can be lonely for those with no "traditional" family, so special dinners are served.

What our Members need is a warm and comfortable place they can go to for support, to meet friends, and to share activities. Arch Street Center meets these needs with a comprehensive social rehabilitation program.

For some Members, Arch Street Center is a "home away from home."

Click here to watch a video that was created by the Lancaster County Recovery Taskforce which highlights Arch Street Center during the 2009 buget impasse.

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