Founded in 1976, Project Pride began as a community-wide effort to address the behavioral and emotional needs of youth who became involved with the law. To this day, the program continues this tradition by providing counseling to families with children who have committed minor infractions.
In recent years, Project Pride has evolved into a family-centered counseling agency which provides a unique and valuable service to the children and families of our community. Children between the ages of 5 and 18 may voluntarily seek therapy with their parents at Project Pride. Our approach incorporates all aspects of the child's life, including family and school, in order to assess and treat the child in the most effective way. We strive to provide a welcoming, private office space so families who use our services feel as comfortable as possible.
PROJECT COMMUNITY PRIDE 28 WALNUT STREET MADISON, NJ 07940 973.593.3034
Project Community Pride is a community based non-profit agency which serves the families of Madison, Florham Park, and Chatham Borough. Staffed by licensed therapists, the program offers local families clinical mental health services including individual and group therapy.
As a NJ 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Project Pride sustains istelf on donations, fundraising dollars, and municipal contributions. Thus, families receive a high level of care at little or no cost to them.