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Founded in 1986, with over 16,000 graduates, PRIDE Institute is the nation’s first provider of residential treatment programs and outpatient treatment programs devoted to treating substance abuse and mental health needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Studies suggest that up to 25% of the LGBT population have difficulty controlling their drug or alcohol use. When you are recovering from addiction or mental health issues, you already have enough to deal with, your sexuality shouldn’t be viewed as another one of your problems.

At PRIDE Institute, gay is understood; being LGBT is the norm not the exception. Our highly trained and skilled staff understands your issues and will help you live a happy, healthy life as a proud LGBT person. We can offer you hope to overcome your addiction and live the life you want.

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07.20.15

Beck Gee, Clinical Director at Pride Institute, along with 30+ LGBTQ addiction and mental health professionals and leaders attended a White House briefing on LGBT Substance Use on June 23. The meeting consisted of a panel discussion followed by questions and discussion from the audience.  During the discussion, many of the panelists spoke about the needs […]

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03.03.15

Many thanks to our friends at NALGAP – the National Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Addiction Professionals and their Allies, for all of their support & collaboration they have participated in with PRIDE Institute over the years. This is a blog they posted that was written by one of our clinicians this month. Treating Trans Treating the Transgender […]

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Sent to Mel, in Admissions, from the plane: ————————————- I’m on the plane finally – off to Denver first…Change planes – thanks again… Wow, today is here. Never in my life… in my dreams did I think I would be here … in this moment … right now. However, I am, and am glad I […]

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Hi, I am a Pride alumni. I have recently passed my 25 Birthday of sobriety. Thanks for being there when I needed you. I wanted you to know this good news and to thank-you for the help in the beginning. Michael

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