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Below is an extensive list of partner organizations that WCSI frequents works and connects with.

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Service Description


accessAbilities, Inc. First Steps Program accessAbilities, Inc. is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Achieva ARC is a private, non-profit organization providing services to individuals with cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities
ACHIEVA at The Arc Westmoreland Child Development Program ACHIEVA is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Adelphoi, USA Adelphoi is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services to children, youth and families.
Area Agency on Aging AAA is a local aging program that provides information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and caregivers
ARIN Intermediate Unit # 28 ARIN IU 28 offers a variety of more than 55 programs and services to students, parents, teachers, school administrators, school directors, and others in the two-county region including Armstrong County and Indiana County. Educational technology, professional/staff development, curriculum services, school age programs, preschool education, adult education, cooperative projects, and statewide initiatives.
Autism Society of Pittsburgh Since 1967, the Autism Society of Pittsburgh has been the local action unit of the Autism Society of America, the foremost voice and resource of the nation’s autism community. We are comprised of volunteers, parents and professionals, working on behalf of all children and those of adult age on the autism spectrum. Our objective is to improve the lives of those with autism and related disorders of behavior and communication.
Autism Society of Westmoreland County The Autism Society of America has been improving the lives of all affected by autism for over 50 years and envisions a world where individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. We provide advocacy, education, information and referral, support, and community at national, state and local levels through our strong nationwide network of Affiliates.
Autism Speaks Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Through partnerships and collaboration, we are committed to: • Increasing global understanding & acceptance of people with autism • Being a catalyst for life-enhancing research breakthroughs • Increasing early childhood screening & timely interventions • Improving the transition to adulthood • Ensuring access to reliable information & services throughout the life span
Beverly Birthdays Beverly’s Birthdays provides birthday cheer and critical baby care items for children experiencing homelessness and families in need. Beverly’s Birthdays enriches the lives of the children we serve by making sure they are remembered on their special day.
Bradley Center Bradley Center is a regional behavioral healthcare and child welfare system that provides comprehensive and caring services to children, youth and families
Bright Tomorrows by NTS Bright Tomorrows by NTS is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
CASSP CASSP is based on a well-defined set of principles for mental health services for children and adolescents with or at risk of developing severe emotional disorders and their families
Catholic Charities Mission is to serve human needs of individuals and families regardless of their religious affiliation, and to provide leadership in building collaborative efforts with parishes and communities in addressing these needs
Centerville Clinics Centerville Clinics continued its mission of providing total health care to the entire community by expanding into medically underserved areas.
Chestnut Ridge Chestnut Ridge provides a wide variety of mental health services to children, adolescents and adult.
Childhood Enrichment Therapy Childhood Enrichment Therapy is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Community Alternatives Providing responsive person-centered services to improve the quality of life of individuals with disabilities.
Community Psychiatric Centers CPC provides mental health services including counseling, psychiatric and psychological evaluations, medication management, and wraparound treatment services for children, adolescents and adults in their home and community setting as well as 4 outpatient clinics.
Disability Rights PA DRP is the federally authorized, protection and advocacy system, in Pennsylvania to provide legal and advocacy services to persons with disabilities. DRP staff works diligently statewide to: • improve disability service and social systems • work to ensure civil rights and to empower the community • provide technical and training assistance
Early Intervention Specialists, Inc. Early Intervention Specialist, Inc. is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Early Intervention Technical Assistance (EITA) Early Intervention Technical Assistance (EITA) provides training and technical assistance to local Infant/Toddler and Preschool Early Intervention agencies providing support and services to children birth to school age with developmental disabilities and their families. EITA works on behalf of the Bureau of Early Intervention Services and Family Supports (BEISFS) under the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL), and the Departments of Human Services and Education.
Early Learning Resource Center Pennsylvania's Early Learning Resource Centers (ELRCs) provide a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers, and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality childcare and early learning programs.
East Suburban Citizen’s Advocacy East Suburban Citizen Advocacy's mission is to provide advocacy and to build inclusive opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Excela Health Excela Health is a non profit hospital system that offers care across a continuum from prevention and wellness to emergency care, acute care, intensive care, outpatient care, physical, speech and occupational rehabilitation, home care, hospice, and medical equipment and supplies.
Family Behavioral Resources The Family Behavioral Resources mission, a proud subsidiary of Community Intervention Services, is to be the leader in delivering effective mental health, substance abuse, educational and a variety of medically appropriate services to our consumers in their natural setting, principally the home.
Friendship Academy Friendship Academy serves as an educational placement option for students ages 5 to 21 with serious emotional and behavioral challenges.
Glade Run Lutheran Services, LLC Glade Run is an organization that provides behavioral health, education, and social services to the Pennsylvania communities of Beaver Falls, Butler, Pittsburgh and Zelienople
Institute on Disabilities-Temple University The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University learns from and works with people with disabilities and their families in diverse communities across Pennsylvania to create and share knowledge, change systems and society, and promote self-determined lives so that disability is recognized as a natural part of the human experience.
Kid's Count, Inc. Kid'sCount provides mental health services and treatment for children and adolescents; including pre-school age, young adult, geriatric and their families.
Ligonier Valley Learning Center LVLC is a non-profit human service agency which promote the emotional, behavioral, educational and physical development of children, adolescents, adults and their families.
Mars Home for Youth MHY Family Services is committed to providing a sanctuary to help youth, families and adults heal and cope with psychological and traumatic experiences.
Mental Health America Mental Health America promotes mental health, wellness and recovery for individuals, families and communities througheducation, advocacy and services.
Northwestern Human Services NHS Human Services, through its subsidiaries, is a community-based, nonprofit, human services provider with 40 years experience serving the special needs of children
Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) The Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) is a collaborative effort between the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services) is focused on creating opportunities for the commonwealth's youngest citizens to develop and learn to their fullest potential.
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation The Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, or OVR, provides vocational rehabilitation services to help persons with disabilities prepare for, obtain, or maintain employment
PA Families Inc. PA Families Inc. (PFI) is a not for profit Statewide Family Network providing support to families raising children and youth with emotional, behavioral, and special needs, as well as serving as an advocate in the different child serving systems. Our Statewide Family Network brings experienced families together to offer and receive support around areas of common concern with a special focus on helping families to navigate the child serving systems - mental health, drug and alcohol, children and youth, foster care, juvenile justice, and education.
PA Family Network The PA Family Network was created under the leadership of Vision for Equality and is supported by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) as part of Pennsylvania’s Community of Practice: Supporting Families Throughout the Lifespan. The PA Family Network is supported by the Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) whose mission is to support Pennsylvanians with developmental disabilities to achieve greater independence, choice and opportunity in their lives. In 2016, ODP joined the national Community of Practice: Supporting Families throughout the Lifespan. The Community of Practice initiative involves working to transform state policies, practices and systems to better assist and support families that include a member with intellectual disabilities and/or autism. The goal of the collaboration is to support families in ways that maximize their capacity to facilitate the achievement of selfdetermination, integration and inclusion in all facets of community life for their family members. The PA Family Network was created to support families and the major elements of the Community of Practice goals. The National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) is the professional organization for the chief administrator in each state responsible for the operation of Intellectual Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities.
Pace School Partial Hospitalization Program Pace School is a state licensed Approved Private School and Partial Hospitalization Programto providing educational and therapeutic services that enable any child to thrive
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania Parent to Parent of PA is a statewide agency that links families of children with disabilities or special needs for the purposes of support and information. Regional offices are located throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Requests for matches can be made via phone, email, or our website.
Pathways of SW PA Pathways of SW PA is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Pediatric Therapy Professionals, Inc. Pediatric Therapy Professionals, Inc. is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) Working with the Bureau of Special Education (BSE), Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), PaTTAN provides a full array of professional development and technical assistance targeted to improving student results.
Perseus House Perseus House RTF is a multi-facility court-ordered juvenile placement service with 92 beds housing boys and girls in shelter prior to adjudication or in post-adjudication residential, intensive or victim offender-specific treatment.
Positive Steps Therapy, LLC. Positive Steps Therapy, LLC is an assessment team provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention assessments in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Pressley Ridge Pressley Ridge provides services in Education, Treatment Foster Care, Residential, and Community-based programs
Private Industry Council of Westmoreland -Fayette Private Industry Council of Westmoreland-Fayette provides assistance in workforce development, Education, early childhood development, and Community needs
Public and Private Schools throughout Westmoreland County via Student Assistance Program Westmoreland Casemanagement’s Student Assistant Program (SAP) Liaison is a school district-based program for school age children and adolescents (ages 5 through 21) intended to provide a connection to services in their home school district and community. The state of Pennsylvania mandated in 1990 that each school district provide students with a Student Assistance Program and access to a qualified Liaison to support in the identification of high risk students who are having problems due to alcohol or drug use, depression, or other mental health problems; and intervene and refer these students to appropriate community services” (ACT 211 P.S.§ 15-1547 of the PA School Code). WCSI’s SAP Liaison Program supports both the role of the SAP Liaison and the case management link to services.
Regional Integrated Human Services (RIHS)

Our highly trained, well-experienced, and compassionate staff assess the needs of each individual and then assists he or she in accessing and participating in an array of services and programs as well as community resources offered throughout the county. RIHS advocates for not only access and services but also that a high quality of services is provided.

Resolve West Resolve West is a school-based treatment program designed for children and adolescents in need of mental health treatment but whose needs cannot be met in a traditional classroom.
Sarah Reed Sarah Reed Children?s Center is a multi-service agency focusing on prevention, early identification, care and treatment of children and families struggling with life traumas
Sensory Link Pediatric Therapy Sensory Link Pediatric Therapy is a service provider contracted with Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have me approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Seton Hill Child Services, Inc. Seton Hill Child Services exists as a support service to families with young children in Westmoreland County.
Seton Hill Child Services, Inc. Head Start is a federal program that promotes the school readiness of children ages birth to 5 from low income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development.
Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. is to identify and provide for health and social service needs throughout the southwestern Pennsylvania region.
Southwood Southwood Psychiatric Hospital is the region?s only behavioral health hospital solely dedicated to providing treatment specifically for children and adolescents.
STAT Inc. - The Ligonier Therapeutic Center

STAT provides unique and beneficial H O R S E - P O W E R E D mental health, physical health, and wellness services.  We utilize equine as our prescription for healing.  In 2016, the Ligonier Therapeutic Center opened its doors to offer the specialized treatment strategies of EAGALA and Hippotherapy to Western Pennsylvania families.  Our equine-assisted programs serve people who are physically handicapped, developmentally delayed, emotionally/behaviorally challenged, suffering with PTSD or other mental health diagnoses, and individuals in addiction recovery. STAT does not accept insurance but we actively help families find resources to help supplement the cost of services.

TEIS Early Intervention TEIS Early Intervention is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
The Pennsylvania Key The Pennsylvania Key works collaboratively with partners and community organizations to deliver educational, professional, and administrative services to early childhood educators and leaders to support the enhancement of early learning experiences for young children in Pennsylvania.
The Westmoreland County Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC) The Westmoreland County Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC) seeks to ensure that all children and families in need of Early Intervention (EI) services are identified and helped, while improving the delivery of such services.
Therapy Connections Therapy Connections is an assessment team provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention assessments in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Threshold, Inc. A residential program for adults, 18 and older, with chronic psychiatric disability, designed to assist consumers to live as independently as possible through training in the skills of daily living.
Unity Family Services Unity Family Services provides community-based mental health services to adults, children, adolescents and families in Armstrong, Butler, Indiana and Westmoreland Counties
Wesley Family Services Wesley Family Services is a non-profit organization that is committed to providing high quality behavioral healthcare services and support prog rams to children, adults, and families over the course of their lifespan so that they are empowered to reach their full potential.
Western Pennsylvania Diaper Bank (WPDB)

The Western Pennsylvania Diaper Bank (WPDB) functions as an intake point for diapers donated by individuals, community groups and businesses. WPDB is the connection between these donors and community-based nonprofit social service agencies.

WPDB supplies diapers at no cost for them to distribute free to families of low income. This establishes a regular distribution channel for the diapers and ensures that they reach families in need. The partner agencies also spread awareness of the program to constituents and potential donors or partners.

WPDB is an affiliate of and works closely with the national Diaper Bank Network (NDBN), a 501©(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that every baby in the United States can be clean, healthy and dry.

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf/ Choices for Children Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf/Choices for Children is a service provider contracted with Westmoreland BH/DS to provide Early Intervention services in Westmoreland County. They have meet the OCDEL state-approved/recognized certification and/or licensing requirements.
Westmoreland Community Action Westmoreland Community Action is a social service programs to alleviate and eliminate the conditions of poverty and assist the County?s disadvantaged populations.
Westmoreland Community Action- Early Childhood Education Programs Early Childhood programs for children, birth to 5, include Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K Counts. These programs support parent and family engagement, optimal child growth and development, and school readiness.
Westmoreland County Intermediate Unit In 1971, the Pennsylvania General Assembly established intermediate units throughout Pennsylvania to operate as regional educational service agencies to provide cost-effective, management-efficient programs to Pennsylvania school districts, reducing redundancy and taking advantage of economy of scale. The Westmoreland Intermediate Unit #7 serves Westmoreland County, including seventeen (17) school districts, three Career and Technology Centers, and Clairview School, under the direct supervision of its board of directors and central administration. Services the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit offer to school districts include: Curriculum, Executive, Financial, Technology & Infrastructure, and Student.
Westmoreland Intermediate Unit # 7 Mission to provide a collective system of support to enhance educational opportunities for our community and the learners we serve. Since the General Assembly creation of the intermediate unit system in 1971, we have expanded our educational leadership, using our expertise to provide services not only to Westmoreland counties' 17 public school districts, but also to non-public schools, education agencies, parents, preschools, adult learners, businesses, municipalities, and more.
Westmoreland Psychiatric Rehabilitation Westmoreland Psychiatric Rehabilitation assists persons with functional disabilities resulting from mental illness to develop, enhance, and/or retain: psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal adjustment, and/or independent living competencies so that they experience more success and satisfaction in the environments of their choice and can function as independently as possible.
Westplace / Clubhouse Westplace/Clubhouse is a non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of life and community integration of people experiencing mental health recovery.
ZERO TO THREE ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development. As a membership-based organization, take a unique approach to child development by connecting those who can truly make a difference in the life of a child with the research, resources and tools needed.

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