If you represent a service provider in Houston/Harris County with a program or project that currently helps or could potentially… Read More »
The holiday season is a time when many stressors intersect, and that’s true for GLBT youth as well as adults. Even the most high-functioning people can find themselves feeling a little blue this time of year. Adults aren’t the only ones feeling the pressure.
Whether you plan to visit your relatives or escape them, your mental health is what’s important. December 11 is the last day to place your bid on one of three eBay auctions for two, round-trip “Complimentary Must Ride Pass (NRMR) Flight Coupons” (green passes).
Montrose Counseling Center will be closed on Thursday and Friday, December 23-24, and on Friday, December 31 in observance of the holidays. We will be open Monday through Thursday between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, and resume our normal schedule on January 3. Happy Holidays!
Cultural Diversity and Sensitivity is the topic for this month’s CEU training, which will be held from 1 – 5 p.m. on Friday, December 10. The training will cover issues that affect professionals’ interactions with diverse populations and variables that influence cultural identity, including race, ethnicity, gender, culture, ability, religion, age, HIV status, body type, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Due to the hussle and bussle of the holiday season, the SPRY Movie Afternoon is on hiatus until January. If you have a movie you’d like to suggest, please contact Delma at 713.529.0037 x363 or email her at email@example.com.
In October, our boards of Directors met to elect new officers. Chris Robertson takes the helm as President of the… Read More »
The founders of MCC could not have known back in 1978 that they spearheaded a movement that would have grown as much as we have, serving hundreds of thousands of people, and becoming the largest openly-GLBT organization serving the Houston area.
We Need Your Input to Stop GLBT Bullying! Houston Premiere of BULLIED & Community Organizing, December 7
MCC hosts the Houston premiere of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s ‘BULLIED: A Student, a School, and a Case That Made History’ Tuesday, December 7 at 7p.m. A community organizing discussion will follow. Be there and get active!