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RESPECT, DIGNITY, COMPASSION
We advocate for independence with a range of support services for people needing home care
Medicaid Funded Programs
We work with several Medicaid funded programs to help maintain the independence of your loved one.
Personal Attendant Services
Routine, ongoing care for your loved one at their home or independent living center.
Private Care Services
Customized services that are managed and directed by the client or the authorized advocate of the client.
Compassionate service by your side, because we care, we serve with PRIDE
We serve the community by hosting community programs, the pride team also volunteers its time to local and national charities, many of which receive financial support from pride
Join our family
If you want to join the PRIDE family, we want to hear from you.
Frequently Asked Questions
You determine the scope of services you need. Whether it be washing clothes, preparing meals or cleaning your house, our providers are there to help make your life easier.
We are available any time of the day. Our providers can be available to you or to a loved one for as little as 2-4 hours or up to 24 hours.
You and/or your family control the number of hours provided by Pride. We will assist you in determining the number of hours which meet your needs, but the decision is ultimately yours.
You will be invoiced on the 1st and 16th of the month for services. Payment can be made by check, money order, major credit cards or though long term care insurance plans.
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