Author: Chris Whissen

Intensive Home-Based Therapist Supervisor

As an Intensive Home-Based Therapist Supervisor (IHBT-S), you’ll be at the forefront of change, working directly with youth and families to provide comprehensive counseling interventions, tailored to their unique needs, in a home-based setting. Your role will involve supervising IHBT practitioners in the provision of behavioral health treatment of youth with Serious Emotional Disturbances (SED)…

You Too Can Make a Difference!

Are you looking for a unique leadership opportunity? Have you been yearning to use your talent for strategic thinking, financial forecasting, organizational behavior, project management or policy advocacy in service of a great cause? Well, look no further; we are looking for you!  Family Pride of Northeast Ohio is searching for leaders like you to…

Leadership Geauga “Stuffs the Van” for Family Pride Families

This year, Family Pride was picked by Leadership Geauga, a local nonprofit that focuses on building bridges between the public, private, and non-profit sectors with annual programs that inform, educate, connect and inspire seasoned and future decision-makers of Geauga County, to benefit from their annual Holiday donation event!  Despite barriers created by the pandemic, the…

Family Pride Recognized as 2020 Fast Track 50 Business Winner

On November 5th, Family Pride was one winner in a small number of businesses recognized by Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50 organization as an Emerging Business in northeast Ohio. The Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50 honors companies and individuals in Lake and Geauga counties who have shown growth and change to contribute to business success. We are…

Family Pride Awarded Grant to Help Meet Basic Needs

In March, families in Ohio were quarantined. People lost jobs, children finished school at home, and seniors became isolated.  By April, families who were previously just barely keeping their heads above water, began to suffer.  Struggling to pay for meals, utilities, clothing, and housing, clients pulled away from needed mental health care because they simply…