Tools for the Recovery Community


Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12-step program for those seeking sobriety.  Find a meeting near you.

Halfway Houses in Westmoreland County. See state licensed houses elsewhere here. 


Lost Dreams Awakening (LDA) Recovery Center, in New Kensington, is a resource for education/training, support and socialization for those in recovery and their family and friends. They host AA, NA, Dad's Matter, Fun in Recovery, Family Grief Support meetings, and more.  Download their flyer.


Opt out of opioid painkillers in the event of a medical emergency or injury. Download the form to share with your family and healthcare provider here. 

Narcotics Anonymous provides support for those seeking to break addiction to narcotics. See a fact sheet, then find a meeting.

NCADD's Multiple Pathways of Recovery: A Guide for Individuals & Families provides a comprehensive list of types of treatment and recovery support, information on medically assisted treatment, and more. Download it here.

PrEP is a prescription protocol that can cut IV drug users risk of contracting HIV from shared needles by 70%. See the the HHS information here.

SMART Recovery's motto is "Discover the Power of Choice" TM  Participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups. Meetings are Wednesdays, 6-7:30 pm, Westmoreland Hospital conference rooms A&D.

Young People in Recovery is a national movement whose mission is to promote active, healthy, productive lives for young people in or seeking recovery. Visit the Pittsburgh chapter's Facebook page.

Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission maintains a current listing of Treatment options for Westmoreland County residents.

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