Treatment is not one size fits all. Each program at Pride is designed to meet each patient where they are, offering an individual treatment plan to meet their specific and unique needs.
With a primary counselor, a comprehensive treatment plan is developed and tailored to suit the needs of each patient. Our residential treatment program provides guidance in developing coping skills, life balance and other tools needed for long-term recovery.Learn More
For those who don’t need the security of 24-hour care, but require more than conventional outpatient treatment, we offer our partial hospitalization program (PHP). By alternating time with family and friends with time in treatment, our patients receive a greater degree of autonomy and normalcy.Learn More
As an option for patients who have stable living environments or do not require extensive residential programming, we offer IOP. It’s also often a step-down following participation in the residential program at Pride or another facility.Learn More
The Kindred Program is held twice a month. Each patient invites their defined family to attend structured education, large-group therapy sessions and individual family therapy sessions as part of the Kindred weekend.Learn More
An intensive, clinically-based program designed specifically for the LGBTQ+ community, the sexual health program covers a broad spectrum of sex and sexuality-related issues that often co-occur with substance abuse.Learn More
At Pride Institute, we know you’re entrusting us with your patient’s care and are honored when you refer them to us for treatment. We’re here to answer any questions you might have about our programs so you can determine if Pride is the right fit for your patient’s recovery journey. Once you’ve submitted a referral, we’ll begin the admissions process by taking an initial assessment of your patient and gathering their insurance information.