The Behavioral Health (BH) division of WCSI is led by a staff of over 100 dedicated employees who serve all of Westmoreland County 24 Hours a Day and provide various program services in order to connect our clients with treatment and support services.
- Targeted Case Management – More intensive assistance for the client.
- Certified Peer Services -Services from someone with lived mental health experience.
- Criminal Justice Liaison Program – Assist with keeping individuals with behavioral health needs from entering or moving further into the criminal justice system.
- Child And Family Resource Center – Offers education on available services and resources to families to find the right path for their child’s behavioral health needs.
- Behavioral Health Emergency Info – 24/7 County-Wide Crisis Hotline Support
- Student Assistance Program – Assists school staff in identifying issues including Behavioral Health needs and/or drug and alcohol issues which pose barriers to a student’s success and assist students in meeting their goals.
WCSI commits to connect our behavioral health clients and their families with the treatment and support they need to succeed. We assess and coordinate for services like:
- Housing supports
- Medical and dental health
- Legal Services
- Financial Assistance
- Crisis response
- Behavioral Health treatments
The Behavioral Health Division at WCSI is a member of the Carelon Health of Pennsylvania (Formerly Beacon Health Options) for Targeted Case Management provided to Westmoreland County and surrounding western Pennsylvania region residents.
Additionally, the BH Division is a member of the Community Care Behavioral Health Network (CCBH), enabling WCSI to offer our quality services to Allegheny County clients wishing to exercise their right to choose their case management provider as outlined in HealthChoices, the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) managed care plan.
The WCSI BH Division also receives funding from the Westmoreland County Department of Human Services Behavioral Health and Developmental Service Program for select services.
While WCSI is a publicly funded organization, the BH Division is able to assist you in determining your insurance eligibility for services, and to assist with coverage and making referrals. Individuals with private insurance can access many clinical services directly through their insurance provider.