SOBER LIVING FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Pittsburgh Sober Living (PSL) houses are three-quarter way houses (or 3/4 houses, sober houses) in the Pittsburgh area that provide a sober living environment for recovering alcoholics and addicts. PSL is operated by active members of the recovering community that have a combined continuous sobriety of over 70 years and understand what it takes to get sober and to stay sober. Our emphasis is on helping our residents to get involved in 12-step programs and becoming an active part of the recovering community. We believe that personal space is vital to providing an atmosphere of recovery and, therefore, we limit the number of residents in each bedroom to two.
We are committed to helping our residents find their way to permanent sobriety...all they need to bring is the willingness to do what it takes.
Fill out a Pittsburgh Sober Living Application Form and we will follow up with you as soon as possible. All information is kept confidential.
If there are no openings at a PSL house, we can add you to our waiting list or we would be happy to assist you in any way we can.
Note: To protect the privacy of our residents, house locations shown are approximate only.
Special note from the managers of Pittsburgh Sober Living Houses...
We are extremely grateful to our former tenants, friends and family of tenants and friends and family of PSL that have donated money, furniture and numerous other necessities throughout the year. These gifts may seem insignificant to the givers, but they make a huge difference in the lives of the recovering alcoholics and addicts at our houses.
This past year, these gifts have made possible numerous sober activities, from softball to cookouts, as well as allowing us to provide each tenant with the necessary amenities.
In response to several recent questions, the easiest way to make a donation is by check, payable to "Pittsburgh Sober Living" and mail to "4530 West Barlind Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15227". Donations can also be made through PayPal using the "Donate" button below.
Again, thank you.