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Pittsburgh Detox & Residential Inpatient Treatment Program

Marnie Hall, Program Director 



Clients are ensured a safe, medically-supervised detoxification. Our detox is based on a drug-free model, however, medications are used when they will relieve the physical discomfort of detoxification. Buprenorphine is part of our protocol for the detoxification of opiate-dependent clients.


Residential Non-Hospital Rehabilitation

Clients in our residential program will receive education, therapy, and medical care. Our residential program is based on the 12-step model and AA/NA meetings are an integral part of our treatment regimen. The program is highly structured with minimal free time. We treat clients who are participating in methadone maintenance programs and assist them in continuing their methadone treatment through arrangements with providers of that service.


Dual Diagnosis Component

Dually diagnosed clients will receive psychiatric care while enrolled in our residential and halfway house programs. Clients will be monitored and will receive proper medication to address their psychiatric diagnosis while participating in chemical dependency rehabilitation programming. Clients must meet DSM IV Axis I diagnostic criteria for both chemical dependency and mental health disorder.


Partial Hospitalization Program

(with optional transitional housing)

This level of care is offered to clients who are in need of a structured program but who do not need the intensity of an inpatient program.

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Pyramid Healthcare is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Drug & Alcohol Programs Licensing,
the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, Office of Children, Youth, Families, and the Office of Mental Health. 
We do not discriminate against any patient in relation to admission, treatment, discharge, continuing care or employment based on race, color, religion, creed,
national origin, sex, disability (including limited English proficiency) or sexual orientation.  We offer priority admission to at-risk populations including IV drug users,
adolescents, women, women with children, and preferential treatment services to pregnant women. 
Pyramid Healthcare employees and the public may contact the Joint Commission Office of Quality Monitoring to report any concerns
or register complaints about a Joint Commission accredited health care organization by calling 1-800-994-6610 or by email at