Wesley Spectrum Services
Rating: 3.67 stars 3 reviews
Issues: Mental Health
Location: 221 Penn Avenue Suite 3000 Wilkinsburg PA 15221 USA
Results: We provide transformational support services to over 3,000 children and adolscents and 7,000 families a year. -80% of youth, 97% of adults and 92% of parents who responded to our Annual Clinet Satisfaction Survey, were satisfied with the services they received.
Target demographics: children and youth with autism; children, youth and adults with mental illness; children that have been abandoned and abused; children and youth at -risk of school failure; children and youth in need of specialized educational support; parents trying to keep their families together; children at-risk for out of home placement; adjudicated youth; youth and adults who have both substance abuse and a mental health diagnosis; youth and adults with addictions; children with emotional disorders that are in crisis
Direct beneficiaries per year: 3,000 children and adolscents and 7,000 families a year.
Geographic areas served: Southwestern Pennsylvania-- We serve children and families in seven different counties: Allegheny, Washington, Westmoreland, Fayette, Somerset, Beaver and Butler.
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Wesley Spectrum serves families and children with special needs, emotional disturbances and behavioral health problems become responsible members of our community.Unlike other education, mental health or family service providers, Wesley Spectrum provides an array of high quality services to give children and families the strength to learn, to live, and to love, resulting in stronger families and stronger communities. Every year, they hold a Gala to raise money to fund their efforts.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the testimonials from former and current families and students who are living proof they could not have improved their life situation without the help from Wesley Spectrum's caring staff and programs.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
working with caring-dedicated people who really are childen oriented.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
very children oriented. Each staff member is unique and possesses the determination to see the children with whom they work overcome their disabilities. Each child receives personal attention. Many staff and volunteers have served this organization since it's inception in 1960.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
fund, develop, and expand more programs for at risk children and their families to become better and stronger families thus resulting in better and stronger communities.
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