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If you'd like to view all of our Services and Programs, please click here. This past Saturday, our DC Capital Pride Parade was suddenly disrupted by what appeared to be a potential active shooter. Persons pushed down barricades, ran in all directions trying to hide and find safety.
In the s the Center became one of the first places in Houston to offer temporary housing to gay men and transgender people. The group stated that they were protesting the Montrose Center because "[it] is an oozing, purulent sore of sodomite contagion: pushing proud sin and the proliferation of incurable disease". The Montrose Center's anti-violence program began in as a reaction to the murder of Paul Broussard.
And as we grew larger, our dedication to serving LGBTQ patients with dignity, respect, and compassion grew stronger. Given our roots, we have the range of experience and expertise to bring health, hope, and peace of mind to our LGBTQ patients, regardless of what issues they may be facing. We provide this care to anyone in the community regardless of their ability to pay, and offer it in a safe, judgment-free, patient-centered environment that is designed to reduce apprehension, enhance comfort, and promote personalized attention. And we do that by connecting our communities to health every day, in every way.
Excellent care has no boundaries. Michael E. We are committed to making sensitive and high quality health care accessible.
Feel free to explain your need and to ask about our treatment programs and facilities. We're also happy to talk about payment and insurance. Your email will go straight to the treatment center.
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GLMA has moved! To learn more about the lawsuit, click here. This revision falsely suggests that healthcare providers and insurers may legally discriminate against transgender people, allowing them to deny transgender people medically necessary and life-saving care.
LHI is a c 3 nonprofit dedicated to eliminating barriers to healthcare and promoting health and wellness for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender LGBT -identified women and transgender men through collaborative and integrated Education, Access and Advocacy programs. That by working together, as a community, we illuminate and eliminate all barriers to ensure that, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identification, all have clear and equal access to the health and wellness services that they need and deserve. The integrated education, access, and advocacy programs that have been a driving force in the fight for equality in health services are now more important than ever.
Houston's LGBTQ community strives to empower its neighbors through education, counseling and volunteerism — providing a network of support that promotes a healthy and happy lifestyle. Learn about getting involved with Houston's LGBTQ community with some of these organizations or take advantage of their services. Be a part of the cause — or just have a good time.