Bell House Announces Plan to Close after
35 Years of Service
Local Residential Facility Succumbs to Federal and State Medicaid Funding Cuts
As a result of federal and state Medicaid policy changes, Bell House has announced its plans not to accept new residents and to transition all existing residents from the facility by October 31, 2014.
Bell House, Inc. is a non-profit agency that provides a unique residential setting for adults with ortho-neurogical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Arthrogyposis Multiplex and Myotonic muscular dystrophy, etc. Bell House is not just a home; it is a community that provides adults with physical disabilities the support that they need to live with independence, freedom and opportunities for life enrichment.
- Missy Colon South Pittsburg, TN
Missy Colon made the move from Tennessee to Bell House on November 9, 2013, and has been keeping staff and residents on their toes ever since. In her free time, Missy enjoys reading vampire novels, playing computer games, and caring for her betta fish, Oscar. She is constantly surprising us...
- Dean McPhail South Carolina
For the past two years, Dean McPhail has been bringing beauty to Bell House through landscaping. Dean is a retired Ob/Gyn who has lived in Greensboro since 1972. He grew up on a farm in South Carolina and loves to work outside, especially with flowers. He enjoys volunteering at Bell...