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Community-based, peer-group-oriented, residential facilities that provide food, shelter and recovery services in a supportive, non-drinking, drug-free environment for people who have completed a hospital or residential substance use disorder rehabilitation program and need continued support in a residential setting to sustain their recovery. Services may include case management, relapse prevention counseling, 12-step meetings, educational and vocational planning, recreational activities and assistance in obtaining health, social, vocational and other services available in the community. Residents are expected to abide by house rules which vary from facility to facility. The objective is to help people who are recovering from an alcohol and/or other drug use disorder bridge the gap between intensive treatment and independent sober living.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Another Way - Transitional Residential Substance Abuse Services for MenProvides a halfway house to assist men with drug and alcohol addictions.FayetteAnother WayAnother Way
ARC Manor – Addiction Recovery Center (Short-term non-hospital residential)Provides residential treatment for the client who needs a safe, structured environment in early recovery.ArmstrongResidential Rehabilitation ProgramARC Manor
Clean and Sober Humans Association - C.A.S.H. ClubA transitional living facility suitable for men recovering from the disease of addiction. Provides monitored housing with random drug and alcohol testing.AlleghenyClean and Sober Humans Association, Inc.Clean and Sober Humans Association, Inc.
Cove Forge BHS Pittsburgh - Partial Hospitalization - AdultsPartial hospitalization programs are designed for clients who do not require 24-hour care but do need more intensive treatment that is available in outpatient services. Patients participate from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday. White Deer Run of Williamsport and Cove Forge BHS of Williamsburg offer a transitional living facility, which provides a structured, supervised environment for patients requiring further support. AlleghenyCove Forge BHS PittsburghWhite Deer Run Inc
Detox ProgramDetox Program is a short-term program that offers a combination of medication and clinical services in a safe and supportive environment to help individuals manage their physical symptoms and reduce cravings while allowing them to participate in clinical services that promote behavior change. Detox Program utilizes medication assisted treatment (MAT) in the residential, non-hospital detoxification program.*Main Site (Today, Inc.)Today, INC.
Discovery HouseProvides Methadone and Pharmacotherapy to persons on an outpatient basis. Also provides individual and group counseling. Referrals are made to address any additional need that the patient may have at any time during the course of treatment.DauphinDiscovery HouseDiscovery House - Dauphin County
East End Cooperative Ministry IMPACTS ProgramIndividuals Making Progress and Change Toward Self-Sufficiency), grouped all of the residential, adult education and employment programs under one umbrella, and added a new component – Work Therapy. The I.M.P.A.C.T.S. Program encompasses all of EECM’s services designed to help individuals move toward self-sufficiency, including educational, employment, and residential programs. Case managers and volunteers help individuals break the cycle of addiction, poverty and homelessness by giving them access to the resources they need to achieve their goals.AlleghenyEast End Cooperative Ministry IMPACTS ProgramEast End Cooperative Ministry
Evergreen HouseThis program provides a nurturing therapeutic environment in which single or pregnant women suffering from the chronic, progressive, and often fatal disease of addiction will find hope and help for themselves. Women are assessed and treated using a family-centered holistic approach. 12-step philosophy and eclectic therapeutic model are the core of the program.DauphinEvergreen House Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities Diocese of Harrisburg
Familylinks - PennFree Bridge HousingHousing assistance and supports for homeless or near-homeless adults in recovery.AlleghenyFamilylinks - Housing ProgramsFamilylinks
Gaudenzia Erie, Inc. - Crossroads - DetoxDetoxErieGaudenzia Erie, Inc. - CrossroadsGaudenzia Erie, Inc.
Gaudenzia - New DestinyHalfway house for women offenders with dependent childrenSchuylkillGaudenzia - New DestinyGaudenzia, Inc
Greenbriar Treatment CenterPre-Treatment Services: Free assessments, family intervention training, and consultation with other community service providers and employers. Adult treatment programs. Greenbriar staff will assist in making arrangements necessary for admission including transportation and 24-hour admissions. Subacute (Medical) Detoxification: Medically supervised withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs, introduction to recovery treatment through interventions, testing as required, and introduction to AA or NA. Inpatient Rehabilitation Program: Residential, clinically supervised group and individual therapy, AA and/or NA lectures, discussions, and interpersonal groups. Psychological and medical testing as indicated. Counseling in recreation, spirituality, diet and exercise. Family Counseling in both individual and group modalities is included during the course of patient's treatment. Graduates qualify for Continuing Care component. Treatment includes group and individual therapy, family programs, and self-help support groups. Intensive Outpatient Day Treatment: Patient resides at home while attending the daily program Monday through Saturday. Treatment includes group and individual therapy and family program. Graduates qualify for Continuing Care component. Intensive Outpatient Program: Intensive chemical dependency treatment for those in the middle stages of addiction who are stable and with interpersonal support. The program consists of 20 three-hour group sessions plus individual care, some of which includes families. Graduates qualify for the Continuing Care component. Continuing Care: Graduates of Greenbriar programs and their families are encouraged to attend this programming which consists of twelve months of weekly group therapy, led by an experienced counselor from our staff. Therapy discussion centers around goals that each graduate established during treatment. Continuing Care is a bridge between treatment and recovery in a 12 step program. There is no charge for this service. Family Program: Families of patients are encouraged to participate in the family programs consisting of weekly group education and counseling. Drug Screening/Testing Services: Testing services for alcohol and various drugs. Services are not certified for legal use. Halfway House For Women: Group and individual therapy, AA/NA meetings, ALOS is 3-6 months. Offers Lighthouse, a halfway house for women.WashingtonGreenbriar Treatment CenterGreenbriar Treatment Center
Just4Today Sober LivingJust4Today supplies supplementary housing for individuals age 18 and over for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.YorkJust4Today Sober LivingJust4Today Sober Living
Light of Life Rescue Mission - PennFree Bridge HousingProvides housing and supportive services for homeless individuals and heads of households with addiction issues.AlleghenyLight of Life Rescue Mission Bridge HousingLight of Life Rescue Mission
Light of Life Rescue Mission Women and Children's Program12 to 18 month Christian recovery program for single mothers and children suffering the effects of abuse, addiction and poverty. Offers subsidized apartments, transportation assistance, household and childcare help, and 20 hours per week of counseling, parenting, life skills 12 steps and drug and alcohol support and education.AlleghenyLight of Life Rescue Mission Women and Children's ProgramLight of Life Rescue Mission
Living SoberLiving Sober is an 2-4 week intensive, structured rehabilitation program specializing in treating patients with addiction, including those with co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Managed by Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. AlleghenyLiving SoberWestern Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
Naomi's Place Transitional Housing ProgramTransitional housing for dual-diagnosed ( alcohol and/or drug addicted ) women in recovery, and their children. Housing is available for 6 months to one year. Offers housing and supportive services to women in need of immediate housing who are recently released from prison, halfway houses, drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs, mental health treatment facilities, emergency shelters, or are in a temporary living arrangement with family or friends.AlleghenyNaomi's Place Transitional Living ProgramNaomi's Place Transitional Living Program
Network of Hope North Side - Men's Hope HomesSafety, support and renewal for those in desperate situations such as addiction, abuse, prostitution, homelessness & post-incarceration. Whether someone stays for a few weeks or for the entire program, the goal is to see them restored as they take steps toward lasting change.AlleghenyNorth SideNetwork of Hope
Network of Hope North Side - Women's Hope HomesSafety, support and renewal for those in desperate situations such as addiction, abuse, prostitution, homelessness & post-incarceration. Whether someone stays for a few weeks or for the entire program, the goal is to see them restored as they take steps toward lasting change.AlleghenyNorth SideNetwork of Hope
Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. Methadone MaintenanceMethadone maintenance program.BlairPyramid Healthcare DolminisPyramid Healthcare, Inc.
Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. Recovery Home/Halfway HouseRecovery home and halfway house for males.BlairPyramid Healthcare Gratitude/Gratitude HousePyramid Healthcare, Inc.
Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. Recovery House/Halfway HouseRecovery house and halfway house for males.BlairPyramid Healthcare Pine Ridge ManorPyramid Healthcare, Inc.
Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. Recovery House/Halfway HouseRecovery house and halfway house for females.BlairPyramid Healthcare Tradition/Tradition HousePyramid Healthcare, Inc.
Recovery HousingA live-in recovery house for people in recovery from drug/alcohol addictions The ultimate goal is to prepare clients to return to the community to live independent productive lives.FranklinNoah's House Recovery HomesNoah's House, Inc.
RHJ Medical CenterDrug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. Provides methadone maintenance services to the public. Provides outpatient care.WestmorelandRHJ Medical CenterRHJ Medical Center
RHJ Medical Center VandergriftDrug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. Provides methadone maintenance services to the public. Provides outpatient care.WestmorelandRHJ Medical CenterRHJ Medical Center
Salvation Army - Harbor Light CenterResidential treatment program for men 18+ with alcohol and/or other substance abuse issues. Offers individual and family counseling, group work, recreational therapy, spiritual and vocational counseling, and church services. Bridge housing program (transitional housing), which can include a stay of up to one year, is available.AlleghenyHarbor Light CenterSalvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division
Sojurner House MOMSSojourner House MOMS (Motivation, Opportunities, Mentoring, Spirituality) provides 16 permanent supported housing units for homeless, dually diagnosed mothers in early recovery and their children. Provides furnished apartments, intensive case management, job readiness and educational opportunities, life skills and parenting counseling, and educational, recreational, and addiction prevention activities for the children.AlleghenySojourner HouseSojourner House at Pathstone
Today, Inc.TODAY, INC.Today, INC.
Today, Inc.TODAY, INC.Today, INC.
Treatment Trends - Halfway Home of the Lehigh ValleyHalfway home community based treatment facility for adult men and women coming out of drug/alcohol treatment. While living at the halfway home, residents participate in individualized educational and recovery programs. Assist persons in developing self-sufficiency through counseling services, vocational and employment development. Residents are also expected to establish employment, be responsible for daily living activities and meet weekly with a primary counselor.LehighHalfway Home of the Lehigh ValleyTreatment Trends
Turtle Creek Valley MH/MR, Inc. - Diversion and Acute StabilizationProvides intensive, short-term residential psychiatric and dual recovery (mental health and substance abuse) treatment. This program is often used as an alternative to or step down from a hospital-based inpatient unit. For some residents, the program offers a respite from stressful life circumstances and most participate in our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in order to receive intensive treatment to learn how to better understand, cope with and manage their illness and find more success in their recovery journey after discharge. In addition to their treatment activities, DAS program staff support residents with their daily living activities and medication and other health needs, while also coordinating social and recreational activities. DAS staff also work closely with the PHP staff and other staff, invested family and community supports to help ensure smooth and effective discharge planning.AlleghenyTurtle Creek Valley MH/MR, Inc.Turtle Creek Valley MH/MR, Inc.
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Center for Treatment of Addictive Disorders (CTAD)The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System University Drive Campus’ Center for Treatment of Addictive Disorders (CTAD) offers several programs that help veterans overcome addiction. Motivational, behavioral and educational methods are used. These methods stress harm reduction, recovery skills, relapse prevention and follow a sound recovery plan. Treatment also addresses issues such as multiple diagnosis and chronic pain. Programs and clinics include:
  • CORE Program The CTAD Outpatient Rehabilitation and Education Program is a 14 to 21-day intensive intervention that is held in both residential and non-residential settings. Patients work on learning skills needed to fight their addiction. A case manager will help each veteran work on their treatment plan goals. Call 412-360-6611 to schedule an interview.
  • Outpatient Clinics The Specialized Outpatient Aftercare and Recovery Clinics include personalized assessment and treatment planning. This is followed by outpatient individual and group therapy. After completing the CORE Program, many veterans continue with aftercare and work on their recovery plan. Call 412-360-6092 for Outpatient scheduling.
  • OSTC The Opiod Substitution Therapy Clinic provides methadone maintenance therapy to assist those with opiate addiction that have been unresponsive to other therapies. Call 412-360-6092 for OSTC scheduling.
  • Other services Outpatient evaluation of alcohol withdrawal risk and detoxification planning. On-site Gamblers Anonymous meetings. Specialty groups for women and African American veterans in recovery. Telephone screening for incarcerated veterans – 412-360-6611. Annual “Recovery Day” celebration in September. Suboxone-assisted opiate detoxification. Contingency Management program for veterans struggling with cocaine addiction.
AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Leadership Program - Penn Free Housing ProgramTransitional housing program that serves 17 veterans recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Provides life skills training, individualized goal setting, job preparation and/or employment.AlleghenyVeterans Leadership Program Housing ProgramsVeterans Leadership Program of Western PA

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