Raping the Gay Away

Raping the Gay Away

A true story about a crisis call and the stark unsettling realization that “corrective rape” is not just a third world phenomenon, nor is sexual assault targeting GLBT individuals limited to perpetrators of the same orientation.

Valuing Our Volunteers: Celebrating People in Action

April 10 – 16 is Volunteer Appreciation Week, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank Montrose Counseling Center’s dedicated group of volunteers for everything they do to help us improve quality of life for Houston’s GLBT communities.

Bringin' in the Green Brings In $16,000+ for Client Services

Bringin' in the Green Brings In $16,000+ for Client Services

Because of the generous underwriting of the party’s hosts, John Danielson and Attorney Dwane Todd, every cent of the $16,264 raised will go directly to client services.

19th Annual Prom – A Time for Celebration

The HATCH youth fittingly have chosen “Over the Rainbow” as this year’s theme. The prom will be held on Friday, June 10, from 7 p.m. to midnight.

To sponsor the event please click here or contact Meleah Jones, Community Projects Specialist at 713.800.0872 or by email.

It Really Does Get Better

It Really Does Get Better

Montrose Counseling Center was one of many organizations asked to co-sponsor the local book launch of It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying and Creating a Life Worth Living, a collection of transcribed videos submitted to the itgetsbetter.org website.

"Just Bob" Hergenroeder

"Just Bob" Hergenroeder

He calls himself “Just Bob,” and indeed, that’s what is on his parking space. He’s also Montrose Counseling Center’s new Operations & Prevention Director. Since 1996, Bob has gone by many titles at MCC, including student intern, therapist, case management program coordinator, and chemical dependency treatment program coordinator.

What United Way Means to Us

Montrose Counseling Center is celebrating its 20-year partnership with United Way of Greater Houston. Every year since 1991, MCC has received United Way funding for various programs, including the Way Out Recovery Program, the LIFE Counseling Program and the Anti-Violence Program.

April 15th CEU Course – HIV/AIDS

April 15th CEU Course - HIV/AIDS

CEU classes are held on the third Friday of every month, beginning at 1 p.m. in the GLBT Cultural Center at 401 Branard St. April’s class will be held on the 15th and costs $30 if prepaid, $40 at the door. Continuing Education Units are available for LMSWs, LBSWs, LCDCs and LPCs.

Upcoming SPRY Socials

Upcoming SPRY Socials

April Pot Luck, 4 – 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 14.
Movie Afternoon, 1 – 3 p.m. on Thursday, on April 21 featuring “Strangers in Good Company”

Supporter Spotlight: Bunnies on the Bayou

Don’t miss Bunnies on the Bayou 32. Tickets may be purchased online or at the gate. VIP Tickets get you into more events, so sign up early to take advantage of them all. For more information, please visit Bunnies’ website.