Who We Are
Alpha House has provided community-focused substance-use disorder treatment in the heart of Pittsburgh since 1971. Alpha House has continued to ascribe for fifty years to the same individualized care and commitment shared by its founders, all within a home-like environment.
What started with a small group of caring men and women has evolved into a licensed thirty-bed inpatient facility and outpatient program. Alpha House is a non-profit residential treatment community that employs a “whole person” approach to recovery. They are a place of healing where residents can reconnect with themselves and others, working together to build a life of meaning, purpose, and long-term recovery.
While at Alpha House, residents address the underlying issues that impact their substance use:
- Negotiating family issues
- Receiving educational and vocational resources
- Obtaining referrals for health and social services
- Learning other necessary life skills
They focus on holistic, habilitative care, with a passion for individuals who need additional support in developing daily structure and prosocial behaviors, including those with a forensic background. Alpha House is the product of a decades-long labor of love championed by well-known community leaders. Seeking to mitigate the barrier of stigma, our program acknowledges and addresses intersectional issues such as trauma, generational oppression, and adverse life events that often drive active use. Their treatment program is innovative in that we recognize and communicate the social determinants of health and other key variables that directly impact overall wellness and long-term recovery.
What We Do
- Residential Program
- Outpatient Program
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