Thanks a Million!

Thanks a Million!

The Diana Foundation • The Brown Foundation • Houston Endowment • Whole Foods Market Houston • AT&T League • OutReach United

Photo Gallery: Festival-Goers Pledge Their Pride!

Photo Gallery: Festival-Goers Pledge Their Pride!

Houstonians stopped by the Montrose Counseling Center booth at Houston Pride Festival on June 25, 2011 to make their personal pledge to support the GLBT community and combat homophobia.

Photo Gallery: Houston Pride Parade 2011

Photo Gallery: Houston Pride Parade 2011

Montrose Counseling Center, HATCH, and friends preparing for the big event. June 25, 2011.

We Will Get You to Stand Still, Arden Eversmeyer!

View Photos from Arden’s Dedication Event (8/11/11)

In addition to founding LOAF, Arden has coauthored a book of every-day lesbian biographies through Old Lesbians Organizing for Change Herstory Project. If you would like to donate to what will permanently become the “Arden Eversmeyer Room,” please click here to make a safe, secure online donation. Simply write “Arden’s Room” as the designation.

Statistical Recognition: Count Us In!

The U.S. Health & Human Services Department is going to begin collecting health date on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender populations so it will be able to see, concretely, disparities in health care.

Click here to send the government your input on how and what data should be collected. The deadline for comments is August 1.

Will 2011 Be Safer in Our Public Schools?

Imagine the fourth largest city in the U.S. protecting its students, faculty and staff from discrimination based on sexual orientation,… Read More »

Bias/Hate Violence: Where Are We?

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Update:The following letters were read publicly at the 7/27/11 dedication of the Montrose Remembrance Garden, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the murder of Houston resident Paul Broussard.

Mario Gallegos, Jr., State Senator

Jessica Farrar, State Representative

Scott Hochberg, State Representative

Cure for the Summertime Blues

SPRY Socials are open to anyone who is at least 60 years old and who identifies as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.

Potluck – July 14th, 4-6pm | Movie Afternoon – “Connie and Carla” July 21st, 1pm