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Narcotics Anonymous (412) 391-5247 24-hour telephone service.
P.O. Box 2902 Pittsburgh, PA 15230 TDD 412-281-1375.
House of the Crossroads – 412-281-5265 2012 Centre Avenue Pitts. Pa 15219 firstname.lastname@example.org counseling. Hud transitional and permement housing drug and alcohol counseling
Harbor Light 412-231-0500 —865 west. North ave.15233
inpatient rehab program for drugs and alcohol
Tobacco Free Allegheny One Allegheny Square Suite 101, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 | Call 412-322-8321 | Fax 412-322-8323 http://tobaccofreeallegheny.org/ Tobacco Free Allegheny provides funding to the following organizations so that they can offer FREE cessation counseling to the residents of Allegheny County and access to FREE nicotine replacement therapy. Has a list of free quit smoking programs. Call to find one close to you. If there are no programs in your area please call 412-322-8321.
Gateway Braddock (412) 351-3548 rehab and transitional housing
426 George Street Braddock, PA 15104
Addison Behavioral Care, Inc. 412-661-6636
5937 Broad Street Mall Suites 226 & 227 Pittsburgh, PA 15206
http://www.abcpgh.org We are a social service agency that provides alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs prevention intervention, and treatment services. Our target population are youths and their families residing in Allegheny county of Pittsburgh
Allegheny County Drug Court412-350-4407 or 412-350-4457
Designed to engage users of illegal drugs who are involved in the criminal justice system in an intensive drug treatment program as an alternative to incarceration to help them become drug-free and return to a productive lifestyle.
Parents Of Teenage Alcohol and Drug Abusers http://www.potada.info/
POTADA is a support group for parents and other adult relatives in the Pittsburgh, PA area that meet together to deal more effectively with the heartache, pain and frustration that is usually present when children are abusing drugs and alcohol.
Family Links 412.661.1800 250 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 www.familylinks.org Outpatient mental health service, outpatient treatment services, services for children with emotional needs.
Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services
Community Support Center 412.244.9755. 9am to 9pm
Medical Center East 211 North Whitfield Street, 1st Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Day Treatment Services Day Treatment is an intensive therapeutic service that offers partial and intensive outpatient services for the purpose of eliminating the barriers that addicted women and men face when entering an outpatient program of treatment.Services Offered Confidential Assessments, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Psychiatric Services, Housing Assistance ,Case Management, Parenting and Life Skills, On-site Day Care Eligibilty:Adult women with children, Pregnant women, Adult women, Adult men, Funding through Medial Assistance, HMO’s and county funding
Prevention Point Pittsburgh For needle exchange, call 412-247-3404 and leave message, or for case management, call 412-758-4257. Our exchange hours are 12:00-3PM every Sunday. We are located at the back of the Health Department building at 3333 Forbes Avenue in Oakland, between 5th and Forbes Avenue. Turn on Halket and then Euler Way. You can drive up the driveway and into the parking lot. From 3-4:15pm, we offer an Overdose Prevention Class with Narcan prescriptions.
Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery (Power) (412) 271-0500×112
Zoar (for women) (412) 323-2400 7119 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15208 Primary Focus: Substance abuse treatment services
House of Hope–residential facility for chemically addicted women and their children. Does not require any clean time prior to entry. Contact through Braddock Hospital, ask for Michelle Chisolm, 412-636-5000
First Step Recovery 412-672-7680
336 Penny Street McKeesport, PA 15132 Providing a safe haven for men seeking recovery from drug/alcohol addiction