Thriving with Mental Illness
Cafe the Lodge supports the community! Café the Lodge provides vocational opportunities and housing services for adults with mental health diagnoses in Northampton County. Believing that recovery is dynamic, Café the Lodge strives to offer programs that focus on the body, mind and spirit. Café the Lodge would not be possible without the support of it’s funders, Northampton County and the patrons of Café the Lodge. Every penny spent at Café the Lodge is reinvested in creating an environment of recovery and wellness.
Café the Lodge provides local catering services in Bethlehem, Allentown and
around the Lehigh Valley*. Breakfast and lunch catering is available for parties of 10 or more people. Menus can be customized for all your catering needs. Call for pricing and delivery information. Most orders must be placed 48 hours prior to pickup or delivery.
*Minimum catering size varies by location.
Cafe the Lodge provides exciting and gainful employment opportunities at Café the Lodge. The Lodge supports its members in establishing independent living arrangements, a productive and meaningful existence, and a wholesome lifestyle. The staff affirms self-determination of the participants and their inherent ability to thrive.
Lodge members, take advantage of employment and volunteer opportunities, and participate in recreational and educational events. At the Lodge, the line of separation between those with and without mental illness dissolves.
Need a space for your next social gathering?
¨ Fits 12 to 15 People Comfortably
¨ Staff Parties
¨ Staff Meetings
¨ Staff Retreats
¨ AV Capabilities
¨ Fresh Coffee
Catering Available, We can customize a Menu for Any Event.
Most require 48 hours’ notice
Conference room available upon request.
No reservation fee minimum order required.
Call Today 610-849-2100
All proceeds benefit the Lodge, which pro-vides community housing, a supportive community and vocational opportunities for adults with mental illness.
Café The Lodge’s Artists in Recovery Exhibit opened in late January, and features artwork from residents, staff and community members.
On April 20th, Café the Lodge had their first reception for local artist Zach Kleemeyer. This kicked off Café the Lodge’s new community artist showcase in the Cappuccino Room.
The director of Café the Lodge, thinks art is important because it is a nonverbal expression of concepts that can be hard to vocalize. He hopes to reach more members of the Bethlehem community by bringing in local artists.
The Lodge has already sold 11 paintings, for each painting sold, the artist gets 85 percent of profits and the rest goes to the Lodge.
Be sure to take a look at the new Artists In Recovery exhibit on display in the main dining area.
Café the Lodge, located on 427 E. Fourth Street in Bethlehem, opened on leap day 2012.
We hope your experience at the cafe will be enjoyable. We strive to provide you with a GREAT food as well as EXCEPTIONAL Service.