Children and Families
PRIDE serves children of all ages and their families. Children may have emotional or behavioral difficulties and may or may not be in the custody of their parents. PRIDE provides support to the child and his/her family through services in the home designed to assist parents in learning more effective parenting strategies and to the child to learn more adaptive coping skills. For children that cannot remain in the home, PRIDE offers residential options including a 5-bed residential treatment facility.
Adults with Mental Illness
PRIDE serves adults with mental illness in their own homes and in the community. The focus of treatment for adults is learning to manage their mental illness, recognize decompensation triggers, and to develop the skills, social networks, and resources to live as independently and productively as possible.
Consumers with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
PRIDE offers services that range in intensity and setting based on the individual’s needs and preferences. Services may be provided in the individual’s home and community to assist the caretaker in the day-to-day responsibilities that come with caring for a loved one, or services may be provided in a PRIDE setting such as a day activity program or residential program.