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    161 E 9th Ave, North York York, PA 17404
    717-852-7574
    Mon - Fri 9AM to 5PM
    Sat 9AM to 4PM

    405 Carlisle Ave, York
    717-718-3182
    Mon - Fri 10AM to 5PM
    Sat 9AM to 4PM
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  • Every Purchase Makes a Difference

    As a partner of Bell Socialization Services, proceeds raised through sales at Re-Source York help empower our neighbors to improve their quality of living, including those in Bell's job-training programs at RSY.
  • Mission

    Re-Source York inspires our community by being environmentally and socially responsible.

Shop

We try to post specials and “just in” items regularly on our Facebook page, as well as featured blog posts here on our web site, but the best way to check out what’s in our stores is to come on in and look around

 

Expect to be greeted at Re-Source York by friendly staff and volunteers ready to help direct you to what you’re looking for. Just browsing? Take your time and enjoy your visit with us. Around every corner you’ll discover more of what makes each Re-Source York location a great place to find building and home improvement items at low, low prices.

How Your Purchase Makes a Difference

Proceeds from sales at both stores benefit the programs of Bell Socialization Services, including its employment training programs.  This means every purchase you make at Re-Source York not only keeps good, usable stuff out of the landfill, it also helps local individuals and families improve their quality of living.

Bell programs help people living with mental illness set recovery goals, improve social and vocational skills, and advocate to eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness.   Individuals being served by Bell’s intellectual disability programs learn to explore their utmost potential by engaging in activities with quality attention from dedicated caregivers. And hundreds of York County families every year in need of emergency housing supports find safe haven at Bell Family Shelter, where they can access of network of resources to transition back to independent living.

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