Everyone with a sincere desire for rehabilitation is welcome.
Men and women with identifiable and treatable needs, resulting from alcohol and chemical dependency, come to these centers for help when they are no longer able to cope with their problems.
At each center, all persons are welcomed, accepted as themselves and regarded as human beings worthy of dignity and respect.
Participants receive housing, nourishing meals, and medical care and engage in work therapy. They have the benefits of group therapy, spiritual guidance and skilled counseling in clean and wholesome surroundings. Spiritual help is provided through chapel services, informal spiritual guidance, Bible classes, morning devotions and spiritual retreats.
If you are in need of help or know someone who may benefit from our program, please contact the center nearest you to discuss enrollment.
James | "When I came in here, I wasn't a whole person. I was a shell of a person."
When James graduated from high school, his friends all left for college, leaving him behind. He fell in with the wrong crowd, and experimentation with drugs led to a 10-year methamphetamine addiction.
Bertram | "It has a power over you. No matter who you are or what walk of life, once it gets hold of you, it has you."
Bertram managed restaurants for 20 years before drug addiction took everything away from him.
Donald | "Grace ... I am covered in it, because I should've been dead a long time ago."
The son of an alcoholic mother, Donald began drinking at age 9. Drinking eventually led to a crack cocaine addiction, jail and homelessness.
Glenna | "Today, I'm worth saving."
A young mother with two daughters, Glenna was going to school, planning a career as a nurse. But when her husband was sent to prison, her life changed for the worse.
Altoona Adult Rehabilitation Center
200 Seventh Avenue
Altoona, PA 16602
Erie Adult Rehabilitation Center
1209 Sassafras Street
Erie, PA 16501-1709
Pittsburgh Adult Rehabilitation Center
44 South Ninth Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203-1196
Please call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) or visit SATruck.org for more information.