(Millersville, PA) On June 17, 2015, The Gate House held its Annual Board of Directors Dinner Meeting at Millersville University. Program Directors, Rebecca Hahn and Vanessa Philbert shared with attendees that over the past year, four beds were added to The Gate House for Women, an additional REI recovery house was opened, and outpatient services…

(Lititz & Mountville, Pa) The Gate House is a non-profit extended-care drug and alcohol treatment facility. In addition to its residential extended care programs, The Gate House provides outpatient counseling and recovery houses for women and men recovering from chemical dependency. In an effort to better serve client needs, we are extending treatment to include…

The Gate House, a non-profit extended-care drug and alcohol treatment facility, is looking for volunteers to help provide training to our clients. We especially need help with job search/resume building; basic personal finance/banking; basic computer skills; writing skills; and GED attainment. Other special skills may be of interest as well. A typical volunteer commitment would…

The Gate House is pleased to announce that its men’s residential extended care program was one of fifty non-profit organizations in Central Pennsylvania chosen by Wells Fargo’s Community Connections Giving Program to receive a grant. Wells Fargo’s Community Connections Giving Program is an annual program where each of its retail banking stores explores the needs…

(Lititz & Mountville, PA) The Gate House, a non-profit organization in Lancaster County offering gender-specific behavioral health services to help chemically dependent people establish lives in recovery, will be participating in The Extraordinary Give on November 18th. The Extraordinary Give, organized by the Lancaster County Community Foundation, is a one-day opportunity to be part of…

(Lititz, Pa.) The Gate House, a non-profit organization in Lancaster County offering community-based drug and alcohol treatment programs, is proud to announce it will host its 35th annual Turkeython on November 26 from 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM (with an Alumni meeting at 6pm) at The Gate House for Men, located at 649 East Main…

The Gate House, a non-profit organization that provides behavioral health services to people suffering the disease of addiction, is pleased to announce that its residential extended care programs have been awarded a matching grant for $100,000 from The Lancaster County Drug & Alcohol Commission. This grant, to be used for physical plant and technology upgrades,…

(Lititz & Mountville, PA) The Gate House, a non-profit organization in Lancaster County offering community-based drug and alcohol treatment programs to women and men, will be participating in The Extraordinary Give on November 22, 2013. The Extraordinary Give is a one-day opportunity for the community to donate online to participating Lancaster County organizations, thus helping…

(Lititz & Mountville, Pa) The Gate House, a non-profit organization in Lancaster County offering community-based drug and alcohol programs, has expanded its services to include interventions, outpatient services, and transitional living for women. 
Interventions: 
The Gate House’s clinical supervisor, Fern Wilcox, MHS, LPC, CAADC, CAI is a certified interventionist and is performing interventions. Wilcox specializes…

(Lititz, Pa) James Patrick (Pat) Conroy recently announced his retirement from The Gate House Board of Directors after more than 33 years of service. The Gate House is a non-profit organization in Lancaster County, offering community-based drug and alcohol programs. Conroy served on the Gate House Board consecutively since August 1, 1979. He was the…

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