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Serving Youth & Families Since 1880
Serving Youth & Families Since 1880

How We Make A Difference

Our Programs Include:

Family Partnership Program: Our Family Partnership Program is both a non-crisis and intensive family preservation program that preserves and strengthens family unity by serving families who are at-risk for having one or more children placed out-of-home due to abuse, neglect, truancy, substance abuse or severe parent/child conflict.


Foster Care Program: Three Rivers Youth’s Foster Care Program serves child-welfare youth 0-21 years old who have been removed from their homes. These youth have a history of neglect, abuse, truancy and often behavioral and substance abuse issues. Our program utilizes nurturing, caring and supportive foster parents to provide a safe, stable, and supportive environment for our foster youth.


Drug & Alcohol Services


Prevention: TRY offers quality prevention services to youth, adults, and families throughout Allegheny County to reduce early initiation of substance abuse and increase decision-making skills. The services are within the community and School setting. Services include: Drug and Alcohol Pre-screenings and Referrals, Small Groups, Classroom Presentations, Alternative Activities, & ATOD Information Dissemination.  The services utilize evidence-based curriculums including but not limited to the Life Skills Training (LST) to students enrolled in grades 6-12.  In addition, TRY offers Life-skills (LST) training to other agency staff and or school personnel to implement the curriculum with fidelity.


Intervention: TRY offers group services to address risky behaviors associated with substance use/abuse. The types of groups include but not limit to Parenting, Anger Management, Life-skills, Relapse Prevention and Recovery Support.  Individuals receive resource coordination and supportive services related to accessing intervention and treatment through warm hand-off linkages. The Outreach efforts heighten awareness of substance abuse and risk factors.


Treatment: TRY is licensed to provide D/A Outpatient treatment services. The services include drug and alcohol Level of Care Assessments, Out-patient and Intensive Out-patient treatment through individual, group and family counseling. The sessions are confidential, culturally sensitive and intended for the under-served and high priority populations.


Diversion: Three Rivers Youth's Diversion Program targets youth (6th to 12th grade) who violate the school drug policies on school grounds or at school sponsored events.  The Diversion Program is designed to support academic achievement by keeping youth in school and teaching them skills that will support a drug-free lifestyle while removing barriers to success.


Case Management: Case Management is an individualized, person-centered support service, targeted to individuals with addictive and co-occurring disorders who present with multiple needs and require advocacy and assistance in accessing needed services and supports.   The primary goals of case management services are to increase retention in and completion of substance abuse treatment and increase access to ancillary support services to enhance recovery.  In addition, TRY provides drug and alcohol assessments and referrals to individuals referred by Adult Probation/Parole at the Community Resource Centers.


Peer Recovery Support Services:  The Peer Recovery Support Service including the utilization of Certified Recovery Specialists (CRS).  CRS are individuals in recovery in the community who work with individuals struggling with substance abuse on a peer-to-peer basis. CRS services will be made available to individuals at all stages of the recovery process including individuals at the pre-contemplative stage of their recovery, as well as those not yet engaged in any type of treatment and/or services.


Employment Support Services: The Employment Support Services Program (ESSP)   provides a holistic and comprehensive Employment Support Services to both individuals in recovery from SUD, as well as employers who hire these individuals.  The ESSP reduces the employment gap and stigma associated with individuals with SUD, while providing individualized services to target populations. TRY offers support to individuals with SUD through job training, attainment and retention, case management as well as advocate for those individuals with employers. In addition, TRY’s ESSP will support employers to create a safe productive workplace for all employees including those with SUD.