Our Mission

We are dedicated to working in partnership with all individuals impacted by intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges through their connection to essential services, personal empowerment, and promotion of wellness.

Who We Are

Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc. (WCSI) is a non-profit organization leading the way in helping to integrate people with behavioral health or intellectual disabilities into our community. Our dedicated, understanding, and caring caseworkers help guide each person to the services appropriate for them, promoting their optimal level of wellness and recovery.

We are here to help you and the people you love live a full and renewed life.

Areas of Service

  • Behavioral Health
  • Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • Early Intervention

To learn more about these, visit our Programs and Services page. You can also visit our Contact Us page to find a phone number for the WCSI office nearest to you.

If you are interested in helping the clients that we serve, visit our Employment section to learn more.

A Dedication to Helping Our Clients

Our clients can be impacted daily by intellectual and developmental disabilities or behavioral health challenges; Our goal is to make sure they are receiving the appropriate services needed to help them live a fulfilling and functional life.

Our staff works with a wide range of clients, beginning with newborns and extending into geriatrics. We accomplish this through the ongoing support of providers and our staff’s passionate dedication to making sure each client is able to live to their fullest potential.

Our Clients Include

  • Early Intervention (birth – 3 years)
  • Children
  • Adolescents

  • Transitional Age Young Adults (16-24)
  • Adults
  • Geriatric

WCSI now serves over 6,000 children, adolescents, and adults of all ages in Westmoreland and the surrounding counties. These services are provided by over 200 devoted employees who work at two service sites located in Greensburg and New Kensington.

Visit our About Us page to learn more about our non-profit organization and the help we offer or click Location to find an office near you.

 

 

Employee Spotlight

 

Zack Hough, Behavioral Health Targeted Case Manager

 

Q: How long have you been at WCSI?

A: Almost 8 years.

Q: What is your favorite part of your job?

A: I like being able to help others and try to make their lives better.

Q: What is your favorite thing or favorite memory about WCSI?

A: I always enjoyed the client picnics because it was a great day for everyone involved. It gave clients a chance to get out and be social and it gave us a chance to interact with the client in a different way.

Q: As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A: Pro Baseball player.

Q: What was your first job ever?

A: I worked as a dishwasher at Gino’s Pizza.

Q: What led to you working in this field?

A: I always had a desire to want to help people and try to help them grow and learn. I knew this would be a good fit for that.

Q: What’s the best advice you can give to someone who is just starting out in your field?

A: Don’t get discouraged. This field can be challenging and has a lot of ups and downs. Don’t feel like you can’t do it after 6 months. It takes a long time to figure out what kind of case worker you will become. It took me about 2 and a half years to truly find myself and I am still learning even now.

Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

A: I enjoy playing sports such as baseball, hockey, bowling, and golf. I enjoy going to Pirates, Penguins, and Steelers games and spending time with my fiancé.

Q: If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

A: This will be the nerd in me, but I would love to learn to be a Super Saiyan (haha) but realistically I would love to learn to code on a computer. I have tried, but it is a challenge.

Q: What is your “happy place”?

A: I don’t really have one. I just try to stay happy wherever I go.

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