MCC Holiday Baskets Feed Families. Will You Sponsor a Basket at $25?

MCC Holiday Baskets Feed Families. Will You Sponsor a Basket at $25?

How to put a smile on someone’s face: By sponsoring a basket at $25, you can guarantee a holiday meal for a family of five including a turkey and all the trimmings. Help us reach our goal to distribute 25 baskets to our less fortunate case management clients in December.

HATCH Makes A Difference

HATCH Makes A Difference

“We have never lost a HATCH youth to suicide,” says Deb Murphy, HATCH Youth Specialist. Read more about what this program means to GLBT and questioning youth in the Houston area — in their own words — by clicking the headline above.

BULLIED Documentary & Community Organizing to Stop GLBT Bullying, December 7

BULLIED Documentary & Community Organizing to Stop GLBT Bullying, 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 discussion about what can be done to stop the mistreatment of our communities’ youth will follow.

Chalk Messages

Chalk Messages

Montrose Counseling Center’s HATCH program was all set to participate in the You-Are-Loved Chalk Message Project on October 4. This… Read More »

New Collaboration Integrates Addiction Treatment with Primary Care in Montrose and Fifth Ward

New Collaboration Integrates Addiction Treatment with Primary Care in Montrose and Fifth Ward

MCC and Legacy Community Health Services have teamed up again, this time to create a “one-stop shopping” model for participants to receive both behavioral health and primary health care at the same locations, demonstrating the effectiveness of integrated services. EMBody will serve uninsured and underserved GLBT, African American, and Latino/a adults with a combination of substance abuse and serious mental illness.

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day

Throughout the month of December, Montrose Counseling Center’s Paper Chain of Remembrance will be up in the second floor lobby… Read More »

Sixty Thousand Thanks – A Special Report from Community Projects Specialist Meleah Jones

Sixty Thousand Thanks – A Special Report from Community Projects Specialist Meleah Jones

Due to the generous support of our guests and on October 7, almost $60,000 was raised during MCC’s annual “The Secret’s Out” event. We thank City Council Member Sue Lovell, Honorable Judge Steven Kirkland, and our corporate sponsors for their contributions to make the evening a smashing success!

November and December CEU Trainings

November and December CEU Trainings

SPRY Social – Comfort in Crisp Weather

SPRY Social – Comfort in Crisp Weather

Food Drive & Holiday Baskets, more November Events…

Food Drive & Holiday Baskets, more November Events...

How to put a smile on someone’s face: By sponsoring a basket at $25, you can guarantee a holiday meal for a family of five including a turkey and all the trimmings. Help us reach our goal to distribute 25 baskets to our less fortunate case management clients in December.