In the News…
Proud Voices Podcast
Co-hosts, Kaylee Hoaby and Luke Miller, interview different guests each week on topics specific to the LGBTQ+ recovery community.
Lavender Magazine – September 10, 2020
PRIDE Director of Marketing and Business Development, Luke Miller, was interviewed this week by Lavender Magazine and provided important updates as to how PRIDE is helping LGBTQIA individuals from around the country reset in a comfortable environment.
Pride Institute Awarded as One of Newsweek’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2020
The Pride Institute has been recognized as part of Newsweek’s inaugural list of Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2020. This prestigious award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The awards list was announced on August 12th, 2020 and can currently be viewed on the Newsweek website.
Minn Post – June 30
We are proud community partners with the Pink Cloud Foundation: a nonprofit assisting those in early recovery with sober deposits. The Pink Cloud Foundation has been instrumental in placing 200 grant recipients into sober homes. Check out this article where our very own Director of Marketing and Business Development, Luke Miller is featured.
NAATP – June 19
In June’s National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers – NAATP Member Spotlight, Pride CEO, Terri Hayden, gives an overview of the history and specialized services Pride offers the LGBTQ+ community. Terri also provides advice on how non-specialized treatment programs in both a residential and outpatient setting can be more inclusive and affirming to their LGBTQ+ clients. Check out the link below for the full interview!
WCCO Commercial – June
We are excited to announce that we are on air! Our new commercial features, Terri Hayden, CEO and two Pride alum. It will play on CBS throughout the day. If you haven’t already seen us on TV, here is our commercial. Enjoy!
The Phoenix Spirit – May 16, 2020
Thank you to The Phoenix Spirit for including us in their article about how COVID-19 is affecting treatment centers and those in recovery. You can check out the full article here and see Marketing and Business Development representative, Kaylee Hoaby’s response!
Twin Cities Business Review – May 6, 2020
Pride was this week’s Twin Cities Review spotlight. CEO and Founder, Justin Grant interviewed Director of Marketing and Business Development Luke Miller on the history of PRIDE, as well as what changes have been put into place since the stay-at-home order was put into effect in Minnesota on March 27th.
MinnPost – April 13, 2020
Check out today’s MinnPost where CEO, Terri Hayden, and Director of Clinical Services, Todd Connaughty provide important COVID-19 updates.
Lavender Magazine – April 9, 2020
PRIDE Director of Marketing and Business Development, Luke Miller, was interviewed this week by Eden Prairie News and provided important updates as to how PRIDE has been impacted by and is a trusted resource during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SW News Media – April 9, 2020
PRIDE Director of Marketing and Business Development, Luke Miller, was interviewed this week by Lavender Magazine and provided important updates as to how PRIDE has been impacted by and is a trusted resource during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SW News Media – November 15, 2019
Check out the most recent copy of the Eden Prairie News with interviews from Pride’s Director of Utilization Review, Ann Leible, Tech, Leslie Pender, and several alumni.
Lavender Magazine – October 24, 2019
Check out the latest issue of Lavender Magazine where Pride’s Director of Clinical Services, Todd Connaughty, talks about the use of opioids in the LGBTQ+ community.
ABC 6 News KAAL TV – June 25, 2016
Yesterday, Director of Marketing and Business Development, Luke Miller, met with Blaise Keller of ABC 6 News – KAAL TV to discuss Pride Institute’s list of services.
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