Welcome

The Russell Freeman Foundation provides a clean, respectful, safe and secure sober living environment to the LGBTQ community who struggle with addiction.

The goal of the Russell Freeman Foundation is to provide interim sober housing and skill training so that clients can begin their journey of recovery from addiction and become empowered, independent individuals. Pride House Sober Living services are unique in their LGBTQ-only clientele, long-duration sober housing, and comprehensive empowerment program. Pride House Sober Living will make a significant impact on the Dallas-Fort Worth community, in long-term recovery.

Our Team

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Nancé Headley, MS, LCDC

Executive Director

Nancé Ann Headley has received here Master Degree in Counseling from Texas A&M Commerce and holds her State Licensing as a Chemical Dependency Counselor.  She served as a hospice nurse for 10 years. Nancè then went on the become a Chemical Dependency Counselor at Judge John Creuzot Judicial Substance Abuse Treatment Center located in Wilmer, Texas. Soon she merged out and become the Manager of Business Development for a detox medical stabilization program located in Rowlett, Texas, where she then went on to be a Community Liaison for a addiction treatment centers and mental health hospitals in Dallas. She also holds the position as Secretary in Dallas for the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals as well as sits on the Board of Directors in Dallas for Mental Health America, and a Proud Military Mom!

Nancè passion is helping all people find treatment who are suffering in addiction. "My passion and purpose is to help all people find recovery. I have learned when you give back, you get back. There is hope, let me help you find it!" 

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Chris McGuire

Director of Operations

Chris McGurie has served as State Coordinator for Oxford Sober living a nonprofit, where he managed over 50 properties and opened 35 of those in the Dallas area. Chris is a passionate advocate for the recovery community at large and has traveled extensively within Texas and across the United States speaking with coalitions and advocating the importance of sober living. Chris has also coordinated the Stephen Cripe and Pete Wheeler Foundations which helps fund individuals into sober living facilities and he was recently voted in as the advocacy chair for the Dallas Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP). Chris McGuire currently owns and operates a successful all males sober living called Arbor Park, which house 10-12 men.

Our Offerings
  • Vocational development.

  • Substance abuse prevention.

  • Interpersonal skill development.

  • Personal and spiritual development.

  • Community involvement.

  • Creative leisure activities/celebration.

  • Independent living preparation/follow up.

  • AIDS counselor to educate and support clients.

Our Mission

The Russell Freeman Foundation provides a clean, respectful, safe and secure sober living environment to the LGBTQ community who struggle with addiction.