Anyone can call the POWER Line, including women or men who are struggling with substance use and those concerned about a loved one.

Call 412-243-8755

Call 412-243-8755

Programs

Programs

POWER offers a full range of gender-responsive, trauma-informed treatment and support services just for women. We believe that empowering women leads to healthy families and strong communities. Research shows that a woman is most successful with her recovery when the care she receives is holistic, strengths-based, and addresses issues like trauma, parenting and childcare, relationships, health and wellness, education, employment, and housing.

POWER House is a 26-bed residential treatment facility in Swissvale that provides halfway house treatment services including individual and group therapy, life skills training, connection to recovery support programs, health and wellness activities, medication management, and individual treatment plans to develop strategies for long-term recovery. Each woman has a private room and can stay for up to six months depending on individual needs.

POWER Connection offers peer-based recovery support services to men and women in Allegheny County who are coping with a substance use disorder. POWER Connection Mentors are in long-term recovery and help identify and access programs and services in the community that will strengthen recovery. They are available for as long as needed in order to achieve personal recovery and wellness goals.

POWER New Day provides outpatient therapy in a safe and healing environment to move forward towards personal wellness and recovery goals. Services include intensive outpatient, provided in mostly group therapy format, and individual outpatient therapy.

POWER’s Central Intake department is an Allegheny County Certified Assessment Center providing confidential screening, assessment, and referral to treatment. We serve all genders and ages for our assessments, then link the client with appropriate treatment and providers. You can reach our Central Intake department by calling the POWER Line at 412-243-8755.