Come Out & Celebrate National Coming Out Day

Come Out & Celebrate National Coming Out Day

Celebrate National Coming Out Day at the Houston Coming Out Party! — a social mixer and fundraiser with special guest Mayor Annise Parker. In addition to the fabulous scene, hors d’oeuvres and art auction, organizers say there will be some surprises this year so please don’t miss it! Last year’s event saw nearly 300 attendees and raised more than $13,000 for Pride Houston and Montrose Counseling Center

New Full-time Opportunities for Two Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors

New Full-time Opportunities for Two Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors

MCC is seeking experienced LCDCs to work with GLBT, African American, Latino, and HIV+ clients and their families in an intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment setting. The counselors will perform community-level outreach outreach, screening and assessments of potential clients, and facilitate chemical dependency treatment groups as well as individual therapy sessions.

First Homeless GLBTQI Youth Summit Raises Important Issues

First Homeless GLBTQI Youth Summit Raises Important Issues

In mid-August, Montrose Counseling Center convened the first meeting of those interested in helping gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex… Read More »

Suicide & Back-to-School Bullying: A Crisis for GLBT and Questioning Youth

Suicide & Back-to-School Bullying: A Crisis for GLBT and Questioning Youth

It’s in the headlines, especially now that students are heading back to school. For untold numbers of youth, the new… Read More »

Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Included in Senate Anti-Bullying Bill

Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Included in Senate Anti-Bullying Bill

In August, the “Safe Schools Improvement Act” was introduced in the U.S. Senate, echoing a bill that was introduced in… Read More »

No More Tears for September’s Employee of the Month

No More Tears for September’s Employee of the Month

HATCH Youth Services Associate Desarie Walwyn blushes a little bit when she admits she had tears on one of her… Read More »

HATCH Summer Film Festival Becomes Intergenerational

HATCH Summer Film Festival Becomes Intergenerational

During the summer when the youth were out of school, HATCH held its first annual Summer Film Festival. The response… Read More »

Continuing Education Cultural Sensitivity/Diversity Class on Sept. 17

Continuing Education Cultural Sensitivity/Diversity Class on Sept. 17

Montrose Counseling Center’s Continuing Education classes will feature Cultural Sensitivity/Diversity on Friday, September 17 from 1 – 5 p.m. The… Read More »

HIV/AIDS Counseling Program Coordinator Presents at HIV Symposium

HIV/AIDS Counseling Program Coordinator Presents at HIV Symposium

“Mental Health & HIV” is the topic Keville Ware, LCSW, Montrose Counseling Center’s HIV/AIDS Counseling Program Coordinator will present at… Read More »

OutSmart Magazine Joins Montrose Counseling Center in Raising Domestic Abuse Awareness

OutSmart Magazine Joins Montrose Counseling Center in Raising Domestic Abuse Awareness

It happens in our community, too. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and throughout the month, you can see a… Read More »