POWER shall ensure the availability of preferential treatment to pregnant women. Priority is given to women as follows: (a) pregnant injection-drug users; (b) pregnant substance users; (c) injection-drug users; (d) overdose survivors; (e) veterans; and (f) all others.


As of July 3, 2020, in response to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County, we have taken the following precautions to protect the health of our clients and staff: 

All Intake services will be provided by telephone. Our Intake Specialists are working remotely while managing all referrals, conducting urgent care screenings, referring clients for critical medical and/or mental health services when indicated, and scheduling all level of care assessments. 

Assessments, Outpatient counseling, and Mentoring services are being conducted via telehealth. Telehealth services can be conducted by phone or via a secure video conference system. 

POWER House is open and accepting new admissions. We have put in place additional protocols to protect staff and residents during this time, including frequent temperature monitoring, increased cleaning schedules, and restrictions on outside visitors.

POWER offices at 907 West St are closed.

POWER is diligently monitoring the situation around COVID-19 (coronavirus), paying close attention to CDC guidelines and updates from the Allegheny Health Department. The health and safety of our clients, staff, volunteers, and supporters are our top priority.



For help, call the POWER Line: 412.243.8755
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