WCBA Hiring Event

The WCBA is hosting a hiring event! Join us to participate in open interviews for multiple positions.

  • Date: Tuesday, May 11
  • Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Location: 911 South Main Street, Greensburg, PA 15601

No appointment is needed. Come in to see what we have to offer! Please bring two forms of ID and a resume if you have one available. Click below to learn more about our available positions:

If you can’t attend on this date please apply here.


Eastman Raptor Digital Cutting Machine

The Westmoreland County Blind Association is pleased to announce that we are accepting new customers for our State of the Art Cutting Machine. Our Eastman Raptor Digital Cutting Machine is designed to cut a large quantity of custom patterns out of raw material with precise measurements.

We are currently performing 3 different precision cut projects for the U.S. Military. No job is too BIG or too small. Please call our agency at 724-837-1250 to contact Deann Wallbaum or Don Tasser to discuss project details.

Renovation Funding Request – Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program (NAP)

The Westmoreland County Blind Association is seeking Corporate funding for a renovation project that is described below. Our request is being made to Corporations that can also benefit through the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program (NAP). This program affords the corporate donor the ability to receive tax credits that they can utilize towards their Pennsylvania State tax liability. These Tax Credits could be used over a 5-year period and would be effective in fiscal year 2020/2021.

Renovation Project:
In September of 2018, our Board of Directors identified a need to update our facility to support the growing needs of our consumers. From their assessment, a renovation plan for the south portion of our facility was developed to meet the identified need of operating in a safer, more effective and efficient manner.

These identified needs include:

  • Outdated accessible ramp system
  • Additional fire exits
  • Safe area to address behavioral needs and concerns
  • Growing consumer base

We plan to meet these needs by completing the following upgrades:

  • Safety in accessing our facility
  • Efficient use of space in our daily operations
  • Development of a Sensory Room for our intellectually challenged consumers
  • Creation of a program/conference room
  • Expansion of our Adult Training Facility and Pre-Vocational Services
  • Creating a Wellness room for our Special Needs Consumers
  • Purchasing of new equipment
  • Creating a safe outdoor space
  • Adding two handicapped accessible restrooms
  • Creating a Training area for our staff and those we serve

The anticipated cost for this project is $850,000. The Westmoreland County Blind Association has secured initial funding for this project, and we are prepared to invest our own operating funds. We are seeking financial support towards the cost of our renovation needs. This project will have a tremendous and immediate impact on those we serve, and prove to be a cost-effective endeavor that will provide our consumers with the tools they need to effectively navigate society.

If you have any questions, please contact me by phone at 724-837-1250 or by email at tmiller@wcbainpa.org.


Timothy P. Miller, MSW
Executive Director