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Mental Health America of Southwestern PA

Caring Ones Support Group (For those supporting a loved one with mental illness)

Mental Health America of Southwestern PA

Hope & Healing Support Group (Finding hope and support for those recovering from a suicide attempt)

Ray of Hope- Suicide Awareness and Prevention Task Force.  We believe suicide is preventable and that suicide prevention works.

Ray of Hope offers:

Westmoreland Casemanagement & Supports, Inc (WCSI)

WCSI offers many specialized service programs created to provide individuals and their families with the most helpful and effective resources, care, and treatment.  Most of our programs are based on certain eligibility factors which are determined and addressed during our initial review and intake process.  Once we have established whether or not the individual in question is eligible, we begin to build a services plan that is custom-tailored to you or your loved one’s unique needs and goals.

Our goal is to serve and provide support to enhance each person’s individual abilities and to help them participate as valued, integrated members of their community.

Our programs include:

·         Behavioral Health- Casemangement Services

·         Criminal Justice Liaison Program

·         Certified Peer (CP) Program

·         Student Assistance Program (SAP)

·         Intellectual Disabilities

·         Early Intervention

·         Workforce Investment Board   or  1-800-3536467

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Westmoreland County Mental Health Related Resources 


Westmoreland Community Action Crisis Hotline and Mobile Program

A Trained Mobile Team provides face-to-face intervention in assisting those in crisis in a  variety of situations, addressing such issues as suicidal and homicidal ideation, uncontrollable family

 members, and poor medication management.

Westmoreland Casemanagement & Supports, Inc (WCSI)

Serving all of Westmoreland County.

WCSI is dedicated to connecting individuals

impacted by Intellectual and Developmental

disabilities and Behavioral Health challenges

to treatment and support services.   or  1-800-3536467


Blackburn Center

Blackburn Center provides services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and other types of violence and crime in Westmoreland County, and presenting education programs across this community.  FREE and CONFIDENTIAL, and can be ANONYMOUS.

BrainSTEPS - Brain Injury School Consulting Program 

The BrainSTEPS Program builds 

a bridge connecting the medical, rehabilitation, education sectors and families following student (K-12) acquired brain injury (ABI).


Juvenile Probation 

 Provides supervision and rehabilitation to youth and families while providing 

community protection, victim restoration, and youth redemption

PAHrtners Deaf Services

 Offers a wide-range of behavioral, developmental and therapeutic support programs to Deaf and Hard of Hearing

 individuals in an environment free of cultural or language barriers. The individuals we serve have psychological and/or behavioral health needs; some have intellectual disabilities. Most of our staff members 

are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (HoH). Therefore, nearly all PAHrtners employees are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and versed in Deaf culture.)


Free and Discounted Transportation Services 

This service will help provide and direct families on

 how to get transportation to various appointments they may have.

Westmoreland County Resource Guide

List of county contact information for a variety of

 behavioral health, child welfare, government agencies


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