New Beginnings Foundation Inc.

Transitional Housing
Pittsburgh, PA
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102 Linnview ave.
Pittsburgh, PA - 15210

412-722-5879 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one sam@newbeginningsfoundation.org Website Go to Facebook

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About New Beginnings Foundation Inc.

New Beginnings Foundation, of Pittsburgh, PA, manages facilities for women in recovery from alcohol, and substance abuse in the Western Pennsylvania region. Their aim is to provide an inviting, safe, and supportive environment in which women can nurture their recovery. They will prepare women with the skills to uphold a life of recovery and productivity once they advance on from their stay with us. New Beginnings is a non-profit tax exempt charitable organization. They have obtained 501(c)(3) status, which makes any donation tax deductible. As a non-profit entity New Beginnings manages and operates structured living facilities for women in recovery from alcohol, and substance abuse. What is structured living? Structured living is for anyone who is looking to take the necessary steps to become sober. Immersing themselves in a setting where they can focus on recovery does this. They strive to offer just that. In all of their facilities there are responsible house managers who ensure an atmosphere that embodies values such as trust, honesty, accountability, and support. Improving the overall quality of life for each woman who enters their facility and helping them become productive members of society is one of many goals for this organization. Working alongside partners they help women with all aspects of their everyday life. From job placement, to public assistance, to mental health counseling, they help connect women with the services that they deserve. Lastly, all of their facilities are conveniently located within walking distance of public transportation and grocery stores to make focusing on recovery for the women easier.    

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: A common concern among people new to recovery is the fear of living in a new environment that they don't quite understand. Making the decision to move into a house can be a big step, but very rewarding. You will have the chance to build relationships with other people in recovery working toward the common goal of self-improvement. You can also be assured to be in a place that is safe and welcoming with people from all walks of life. Our mission is to get you in a place where you know ... YOU WILL NEVER HAVE TO BE ALONE EVER AGAIN!!!

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  1. Two months out of treatment looking to return to Univ of Pittsburgh area in a few months and maintain my sobriety posted August 24, 2019
  2. I am currently working on 120 days clean but I am homeless with 3 children. I just had my youngest son 12 days ago posted September 1, 2019
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