Houston opens largest LGBTQ senior residence in US
"I feel like I won the golden ticket!" The Law Harrington Senior Center is the largest LGBTQ+ affirming and affordable senior center in the nation!
The senior living facility, operated by the Montrose Center, holds 112 one- and...
The Montrose Center said before Law Harrington, many LGBTQ seniors in Montrose and Third Ward feared discrimination and were forced back in the closet.
No arrests have been made in the case, and police said they have not yet determined if...
Police are still searching for answers after a transgender woman was killed outside of a Chick-Fil-A.
Houston's transgender community share the hardships they're facing since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five LGBTQ seniors discuss their new homes in the Law Harrington Center.
JoJo Siwa revealed she is a member of the LGBTQ community. Laura Kanter is the Youth Services Manager at The Montrose Center. She discusses the impact JoJo can have on other children who are LGBTQ. She also explains how parents can navigate this discussion with their kids.
The men in Keville Ware’s support groups would never forget the years when AIDS took so...
LGBTQ+ people faced inequality before COVID-19, and as resources for aid dry up and the...
The former services specialist empowered generations of LGBTQ youth.
The Montrose Center, TENT, and SOSU have collected over $400,000 for vulnerable populations.
Local groups emphasize staying safe and helping others.
Marcus Hooks with the Montrose Center talks about the services the center offers to the community.
The Out for Good 2019 fundraiser promises glitz and glamour.
Over 175 attended groundbreaking ceremony.
Being a queer person who wants to serve is no easy task. Luckily, Houston's own Montrose Center is working to improve conditions for veterans.
The new initiative is a collaboration between the Montrose Center and the Lone Star Veterans Association.
The Montrose Center wants to raise $100,000 for LGBT people harmed by Tropical Storm Harvey.
An LGBT-specific relief funds has been launched to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston and throughout southeast Texas.
Houston drag queen Regina Thorne-DuBois has raised thousands of dollars through “drag-a-thons” for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
“I think a lot of the Houston community just started relying on each other.”
“When I toured Triangle Square, I was convinced Houston had the resources to make a similar LGBT residential facility happen.”