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.


Programs & Services > Residential Treatment


Residential Treatment

POWER offers a safe and supportive homelike environment in a
quiet community situated on the busline.

Licensed by Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs – Division of Drug & Alcohol Program Licensure (POWER House is considered Halfway House/Non-Hospital Inpatient – Level 2B
25 beds, private bedrooms, shared common areas including a playroom for visiting children, and healing gardens on the grounds
Staffed 24 hours a day
Full-day programming is designed to offer a holistic approach to care. Services include:

  —   Trauma-specific treatment
  —   Psychiatric assessment & medication management
  —   Individual & group therapy
  —   Life skills education
  —   Health & wellness activities, including mindful meditation, yoga, and tai chi
  —   Support for 12-Step participation
  —   Case management
  —   Aftercare & discharge planning

Learn more about POWER House


For help, call the POWER Line: 412-243-8755
           907 West Street, 2nd Floor  |   Pittsburgh, PA 15221

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