Addiction Support & Recovery

  • Addison Behavioral Care Behavioral Care, Inc. originally known as Addison Terrace Learning Center, Inc. was founded in 1982 as a community based non-profit 501 C (3) multicultural substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment agency and incorporated in 1983.

  • Alcohol Treatment is committed to helping people recover from addiction by finding each client a treatment program that is developed specifically for their needs. They connect clients with the top respected rehabilitation centers across the country, while always keeping their recovery at the forefront of each conversation.

  • The East End Area of Narcotics Anonymous
    The East End Area of Narcotics Anonymous is a group of meetings serving the East End of Pittsburgh.

  • East Liberty Family Health Care Center Harvard Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 and in Lincoln-Lemington at 7171 Churchland Street
    Drug & Alcohol outreach and relapse prevention program.

  • Family Links, Inc. Recovery Support Center provides outpatient services that help those struggling with dependency to become strong and substance-free. Family Links treats the client’s addiction alongside any co-occurring mental disorders, through outpatient or intensive outpatient therapy (anywhere from one to five days a week). Contact the centralized intake department: 866-583-6003. Also they operate two Family Treatment Centers, which provide long-term (up to six months) residential treatment for women age 18 or older who are committed to working on their recovery from addiction. They help women develop recovery skills, improve their well-being, enhance their parenting skills, and preserve or repair family relationships.

  • Family Services of Western PA
    (412) 661-1681
    6401 Penn Ave # 2, PittsburghFamily Services provides programs for people with emotional problems, mental health, intellectual disabilities, or drug or alcohol problems, including outpatient services; adult daily living education; crisis intervention; individual and family counseling; drug and alcohol counseling; and marital counseling. We also provide prevention services for those at risk of emotional, social, or substance abuse problems through several area school systems and at our community locations.

  • Mental Health America
    (412) 661-7860
    1945 5th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219MHA provides programs and services that support the health of mind and body and work to eliminate the stigma of mental illness and addiction for all.

  • Power – Serving women in recovery since 1991.
    7501 Penn Avenue, Suite 8
    Pittsburgh, PA 15208
    POWER’s mission is to help women reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and to reduce the incidence of addiction in future generations.

  • Sojourner House House and Sojourner House MOMS (Mentoring, Opportunity, Motivation, Spirituality) provide compassionate, faith-based residential recovery services to mothers and children in the Pittsburgh area.  They help addicted mothers learn to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and chemical abuse while rebuilding damaged relationships with their children.

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