DADT- One Year Later

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, allowing all LGBT service men and women to serve openly in our nation’s military. Initially signed into law in 1993 to prohibit discrimination or harassing of closeted enlisted men and women, it also disallowed them to serve openly. Since then, DADT was…

Thanks FADAP!

Earlier this month the Business Development Team from PRIDE Institute attended the Flight Attendant Drug and Alcohol Program Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. PRIDE has a long history of working with the Employee Assistance Programs for many of the airlines and when an LGBT flight attendant reaches out for help we often get the call….

Hidden Cost of Addiction

Hidden Cost of Addiction It is not really possible to put an actual dollar figure on the cost of an addiction, especially when many of the costs are not connected to the drug of choice alone. Time spent away from your family and the toll that the addiction takes on you emotionally cannot be measured….

OutServe International Leadership Conference

OutServe’s International Leadership Conference is the only conference designed around and for LGBT members of the largest fighting force in the world. It will boast intriguing and groundbreaking panels and workshops that are dedicated to building a stronger and more inclusive military community that respects and honors its LGBT service members. Join PRIDE’s business…

PRIDE Institute Open House

PRIDE Institute is hosting our Annual Open House at RTC in Eden Prairie, MN on October 10th, 2012. This is our opportunity to show our appreciation to our referents and long standing community support. PRIDE will be introducing our new medical director, Dr. Amelia Merz and new program director, Todd Connaughty. We will be serving breakfast and…