Intellectual Disabilities Supports Coordination services at WCSI are designed to assist children and adults with developmental disabilities by locating, coordinating, and monitoring support services to help them reach their fullest potential and live a satisfying life.
- Please note, children and adults must be registered with the Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Program of Westmoreland County to receive these services.
- For more information on registering for Intellectual Disabilities services, please visit our How to Receive ID Services
For more information about our Intellectual Disabilities programs or any of the services we offer, please visit our Contact Us page to set up an appointment online or find the phone number for a WCSI office near you!
Caring and Committed ID Services
WCSI is devoted to ensuring that our clients with Intellectually Disabilities (ID) are treated with the care, respect, and attention that they need and deserve. You won’t be bounced from office to office or employee to employee – from the first day a client comes to us, they will work closely with an Intake Specialist, and then a Supports Coordinator who will guide them through every step of the journey through the community services system.
If you or anyone you know is in need of our services, please visit our Contact Us page to set up an appointment online or find the phone number of a WCSI office near you. Dealing with Intellectual Disabilities can be a struggle, but we are here to help you!