PRIDE Site  –Residential Treatment

“i’m grateful that [crw] accepted me in as a client and [for] the opportunity to save my life…

–jerry w. (client)


Pride Site provides residential clinical services all points of recovery, with a trauma informed milieu and in a warm and welcoming environment. We strive to provide clients with the tools they need for long-term recovery, offering individual and group psychotherapy, case management, medication management and assessment, vocational services, and wellness activities. With our NYS OASAS 820 license, we can offer 3 different intensities of residential care based on individual assessment and variable lengths of stay through Stabilization, Rehabilitationand Re-integration elements.

PRIDE Site Services:

  • Individual counseling services provided by LMSWs. LP-MHCs/LMHCs, LMFTs, or CASACs.
  • Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) offering Recovery Coaching and Navigation [Click Here for Peer Services]
  • Psychiatric services including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid, alcohol, and tobacco use disorders
  • Housing Specialist
  • Vocational and Educational Support and Training services
  • Wellness planning, Health Education, and Recreation
  • Creative Writing Class, Arts & Music Therapy
  • Support for family members of residents 
  • On-site CRW Clubhouse is run by clients  to provide sober socialization designed to promote  spiritual, social, and cultural connections
  • Evidence-based workshops, including:
    • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
    • Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Substance Abuse (CBI-SA)T
    • Relapse Prevention Matrix
    • Seeking Safety
    • Anger Management
    • Active Parenting
    • Smoking Cessation
    • Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention Management
    • Active Parenting
    • Smoking Cessation
    • Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention

*Medication-Assisted Treatment options include Vivitrol, Suboxone, Antabuse, naltrexone, Chantix, and NRT) 

PRIDE Site also includes services for family members and significant others of persons struggling with SUD, with the goals of:

  • Communicating differently with a loved one struggling with a substance use disorder (doesn’t apply to residential family support)
  • Improving self-care, to feel better and increase overall feelings of self-efficacy

Referring clients or community members to treatment:

To refer an individual to PRIDE Site, please send the information detailed here to or A clinician will then contact you and client to coordinate a phone screen and an intake assessment.

Have questions about Pride Site Residential? Please use the contact information below:

Suzette Ross, LCSW
Director of Admissions