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“Before my brother came to WesCare, he was hospitalized many times for one sickness or another. He was also depressed very badly. He was not in any program that would get him out of the home so he was never happy. Since coming to WesCare my brother has not been hospitalized once. His depression is now under control. He is in a day program that gets him out in the public to a volunteer job. The team of professional staff working with him to make all this possible has improved his life and he is a happy and thriving person.”Deborah McCall GraceSister
“Valerie is an awesome QP for WesCare. She is very professional, when information is needed she provides it in a timely manner, and she has a passion for the profession.”LaTasha S. Earl, MPA QPIDD Care Coordinator, Partners Behavioral Health Management
“My name is Zakiyyah Jones, psychologist with Compassionate Care of North Carolina. I am writing to express my experiences with WesCare, particularly Kendra Mathews. I have collaborated with this agency in the capacity of case manager and psychologist over a number of years. Their professionalism and person-centered approach to the care of their consumers has been exceptional. Kendra works well in multiple team settings and maintains the customer’s needs as her primary objective. I enjoy working with her on the cases we have together.”Zakiyyah JonesPsychologist, Compassionate Care of North Carolina
“We have several students who attend our school that live at WesCare group homes. Ms. Valorie Enoch is the primary contact person for our school system. She comes to scheduled meetings and attempts to make arrangements with parents/guardians so that they can be present as well. When we have a crisis with one of her clients, she is able to be accessed by phone and give instructions. The direct group home staff are accessible for any crisis that may arise. They seem to genuinely care about their clients.”Jennifer HankinsEC Department, Morehead High School
“I keep a running list of providers in the state of North Carolina that I rely on to serve individuals with high profile and intense needs especially dual diagnosed individuals (mental illness coupled with developmental delays and/or autism). WesCare is towards the top of that list! For years I have relied on the services and assistance from WesCare and have directed parents, MCO representatives, and other community agencies to inquire about placement and in-home supports with them.”Timothy O'TooleSocial Worker, NC Department of Health and Human Services
“There is a young woman by the name of Shauna who works for WesCare Professional Services, and she is an angel to me and my son’s life. She was placed in our lives when my son, who has autism and sensory processing disorder, needed a one-on-one aid in his classroom to complete his instructional day. With no hesitation, she quickly learned my son’s needs along with implementing positive behavior for his success. She worked with him for over seven months and the change in his ability to focus and participate in class was amazing. She knew how to challenge him to be greater than others perceive him to be. Thank you so much for your support and love.”JanaMom Advocate
“I am a mother of a 15-year-old son. He has been institutionalized five times for behaviors and severe self-injurious behaviors. We as a family are very strong and we have been trying to find placement in the group home setting for three-and-a-half years. Until recently, we came across WesCare Professional Services and from the beginning they were very welcoming. Valorie, the qualified professional, was so engaging and made us feel like my son could be a part of a group home that really cares. If you’re looking and seeking placement, it doesn’t have to be unnerving anymore. Call WesCare Professional Services where help and compassion were my experience and can be yours also.”Bridgette LawrenceParent
“Yalonda Parker, as well as WesCare in general, has been a critical part of our daughter Tori’s adjustment to living in the community. She has been very attentive to Tori’s needs and is always open to input regarding Tori’s continuing development of life skills. I totally trust WesCare to ensure that Tori has a safe living environment; consistent health care; and socially, educationally, and vocationally-enriching activities.”Carol JonesParent
“Before our son came to WesCare, he had been in one of the state hospitals. He was in for explosive behaviors, again. Our son has been hospitalized many times over the past several years for a multitude of behavioral reasons. Today, my son does daily chores, takes care of his own personal hygiene, attends school on a daily basis, does homework, has a volunteer job and uses proper manners. This past Christmas, our son came home for the first time for five days. Not once did I have to pick up a phone and call anyone for help. Our entire family was amazed at the turn around. Our son now comes home every month for home visits and as he continues to improve, so do his visits. I never thought I would see the day I’d be sitting at the dinner table listening to my son hold a well-informed conversation about his job, his school and his responsibilities at the group home. I can honestly say that for the first time in years, the tears I shed for my son were ones of JOY.”Sharon ZandloParent
“I have found each of the staff and management to be dedicated to improving the life situation and future of the young men in the program. You go above and beyond your responsibilities to your residents on a daily basis. My client was encouraged to succeed and was shown-true caring and the practice of giving to others selflessly. He left with enhanced life skills and a better character.”L. SpurlinSocial Worker IIIForsyth County DSS
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