Caregivers of Southwestern Pennsylvania

Caregivers of Southwestern Pennsylvania

UPDATED: June 6, 2019

WestPlace Clubhouse:

Teaches the possibility to live, work, and function independently.
Relies on Members' talents, skills, and dreams to function to face challenges, build confidence, and gain acceptance.
Gain experiences in socialization, rehabilitation, relaxation, and a sense of belonging.
Activities are offered inside and outside of center.
Members and staff work side-by-side to gain skills.

Westmoreland Psychiatric Rehabilitation:
A recovery based service for adults with a mental illness who want the power of choice in their recovery.
Individuals choose a goal to work on and have the opportunity to develop skills to be successful in their goal.

Individuals MUST:
Reside in Westmoreland County
Be 18 years or older
Have a mental health diagnosis
Be referred from another facility or self-referral.

Program Highlights:
Transportation Provided (within 12-mile radius)
No length of stay or amount of time required in the program
Opportunities to attend special topic groups in addition to base group
Individual sessions allow for one-on-one interactions to develop skills
Nice facility with free parking!

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


Caregivers of SWPA
1037 Compass Circle Suite 102
Greensburg, PA 15601
United States



724-689-1008 Ext:10

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