Human Services Department
Human Services build, maintain, and repair the means of well-being that people need to thrive and be self-sufficient, especially those who are vulnerable, by providing prevention, intervention, and advocacy support for all.
Physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being will be hallmarks of Westmoreland County. We will strive to create a Human Services ecosystem in Westmoreland County, particularly for our most vulnerable residents that is accessible, adaptive, equitable, high-capacity, integrated, and trauma-informed.
- Area Agency on Aging
- Children's Bureau
- Department of Community Relations & Prevention
- Veterans Affairs
|Sara Stenger, Administrator
Meet the Director
|Our Behavioral Health and Developmental Services staff provides opportunities for individuals to choose appropriate services and supports to promote quality of life and inclusion in the community. Employment assistance, Family services for the victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault, and Financial assistance with essentials like food and fuel are some of the ways we can help. Our Early Intervention Program serves families with children from birth to age three with developmental delays or disabilities.
|Matt Zamosky, Director, Accredited VSO
Meet the Director
|The Westmoreland County Office of Veterans Affairs is committed to ensure that our Veterans and all Veterans receive those benefits to which they are greatly entitled. The health and well-being of our Veterans must remain a top priority of our county, our state, and our nation.
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Issues with substance abuse?
Call PA's Get Help Now helpline 24/7/365
at 1-800-662-HELP (4357)