A Public Service Announcement from WCSI:
Every day, we are learning new things regarding the impact of COVID-19. We want to provide updates regarding preparedness and readiness as we work together to address the needs of those, we serve in Westmoreland County. WCSI is committed to providing needed services and solutions to ensure that together we can focus on the care of those in need.
We continue to monitor this situation and will act as needed, following guidance from the President of the United States www.whitehouse.gov, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention www.cdc.gov, the World Health Organization www.who.int and local health authorities. The health and safety of our clients is our top priority.
In these uncertain times we understand that access to behavioral health and intellectual disability services are more important than ever. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus may be stressful for many individuals. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with this stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.
Although we are limiting the number of people we are bringing to our offices, our services to you will not stop. Please continue to call our office at 724-837-1808 for any assistance Monday- Friday- 8:30am-4:30pm and after those times, please call the Westmoreland County Crisis Hotline at 1-800-836-6010.
Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc. (WCSI) is a non-profit organization leading the way in helping to integrate people with 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.
We also work together with the Westmoreland-Fayette Workforce Investment Board and the Pennsylvania CareerLink to assist out-of-school young adults with employment opportunities and the training associated.
Areas of Service
- Behavioral Health
- Intellectual Disabilities
- Early Intervention
- Out of School Young Adults
If you are interested in helping the clients that we serve, visit our Employment section to learn more.
WCSI Mission Statement:
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.
“WCSI” will be a leader in integrating people into the community through Recovery, Wellness and Positive Approaches to live a full and renewed life.
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)
- Out-of-School Young Adults (16-24)
WCSI now serves over 8787 children, adolescents, and adults of all ages in Westmoreland and the surrounding counties. These services are provided by 205 devoted employees who work at two service sites located in Greensburg and New Kensington.