Alcohol Treatment Resources
Phone – (412) 224-9888
Address - 2681 Waddington Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15226
A specialized rehab, Waddington Rehab Center (WRC) works with the core belief that addiction is a treatable disease and works to heal the mind, body, and spirit. This 20-bed facility is located in the Brookline area of Pittsburgh, and is a non-hospital center for short-term and long-term treatment.Greenbriar Treatment Center
Phone – (412) 885-7180
Address - 400 Penn Center Boulevard Suite 707 Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Greenbriar offers comprehensive outpatient abuse treatment, where they help patients realize that while they can’t change their past, they can definitely walk towards a better future. This facility offers a family program, to help family members of an addict understand and navigate the recovery process.Pyramid Healthcare - Pittsburgh Detox and Inpatient Treatment Center
Phone – (412) 241-5341
Address - 306 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Pyramid Healthcare offers treatment and care for adult and teen alcohol and drug abuse. They have residential treatment facilities and provide comprehensive treatment to their patients. They offer detoxification, and long-term and short-term treatment. Pyramid is an inpatient residential facility.Onala Recovery Center
Phone – (412) 471-8797
Address - 1625 W Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Onala is one of the most popular recovery clubs for people who have been through alcohol and drug abuse. It offers treatment through weekly meetings, support groups, and different types of social activities. Onala is a non-profit organization, and provides the companionship of others who have similar problems.RightView LLC Sober Home
Phone – (412) 773-2283
Address - 4885 Mcknight Rd. #260, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
A residential treatment center, Rightview offers recovery from alcohol and other substance abuse through sober living and developing mental strength to fight these problems. Rightview is a good place for people to go to transition back into their own homes while getting help staying clean and sober. Random drug/alcohol testing and weekly meetings are required.The Sunlight of the Spirit in Pittsburgh
Phone – (412) 429-1047
Address - 2275 Swallow Hill Rd. Ste. 600, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
A dedicated center for drug abusers, Sunlight of the Spirit ushers in a new belief in them by making people realize the value of life through comprehensive treatment and support. It helps harness a person’s inner strength to fight the problem of drugs. Addicts are taught coping skills to help them choose to stay sober no matter the situation they find themselves in.Catholic Charities Diocese of Pittsburgh
Phone – (412) 429-1047
Address - 212 9th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222
This center offers treatment for alcoholics and allows them to embrace a new life with a completely new meaning.How Your Lawyer can Help
A DUI conviction can be life-shattering. Don’t face the consequences without a Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer by your side to fight for your rights and safeguard your interests. Each case is different, and your attorney will prepare the best possible defense for your situation.
The first thing your attorney will do is interview you. Make sure you give him all the details of your case, no matter how small or insignificant they might seem to you. He will then conduct interviews and examine evidence. He will read through the testimonies of witnesses and the arresting officer(s), looking for inconsistencies in their stories and other things. He will look at the BAC data, including the method used to gather it. When he has analyzed everything, he will make a list of possible defenses and present them to you, helping you to choose the best option. He will then stand beside you as you navigate the court system.
For a free initial consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh lawyer from Logue Law Group, contact us online, or call 1-844-PITT-DUI or 412-389-0805.
Sean Logue and his associates at Logue Law Group have extensive training in DUI law, including arrest procedures and the science behind blood alcohol testing. They are available 24/7, and serve the city of Pittsburgh, the counties surrounding it, West Virginia, and Ohio.