Our Staff

Meet the Waynesboro Community & Human Services (WCHS) Staff

WCHS employees include Director - Denise Esser, Case Manager - Julie Mohn, Administrative Assistant - Holly Elden and Darlene Sease, Clothing Bank Assistant - Norma Naugle, Food Bank Assistant - Mary Paules , Home Health Nurse Coordinator - Linda Noble and Home Health Nurses - Sonnia Oberholzer-Tracy, Donna Brandmeyer, Hilde Betonte. 

WCHS Director - Denise
Denise Claire Esser believes she is called to help others and in 2012 she assumed the leadership of Waynesboro Community and Human Services. She says the best part of her job in being able to assist an individual or family in need whether it be by paying a bill, giving them a food box or finding clothing, coat or shoes that they need.

Importance Of WCHS To Community

WCHS provides a local place for residents of the Waynesboro and Greencastle communities to go for help. A grant from the Summit Endowment has made it possible to expand the coverage of the community health nurse program to include coverage in Washington Township as well as the borough. The program offers a variety of home health care services, short term or long term.
Through the clothing bank, community health nurse program, diaper bank, emergency financial assistance, food bank, information and referral, and our special projects we are helping to fill the gaps for low income families.

How WCHS Is Governed

Waynesboro Community and Human Services Board of Directors

The Director reports to a board of directors, which currently consists of 15 members. The members of our board represent different elements of our community such as the Fellowship of Churches, health care services, industry, public services, financial institutions and human services agencies. The officers are Jack Scott, president; Greg Duffey, vice president; Todd Wolff, treasurer; and Kay Hoffman, secretary. Meetings are held once a month.

Waynesboro Community and Human Services | 123 Walnut Street Waynesboro, PA 17268

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