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The Harris Center is happy to announce the third new location providing Saturday services for adults to enroll in ongoing mental health care. The Southeast location on (5901 Long Dr
Houston, TX 77087) is the newest addition to the two other sites providing this service on Saturday: (9401 Southwest Freeway and 3737 Dacoma St Houston, TX 77092). The Southeast Community Service Center will begin enrolling adults on Saturdays starting April 27, 2019.
8 am to 5 pm every Saturday
Southeast Community Service Center
5901 Long Dr Houston, TX 77087
Adults who have received other services from The Harris Center such as those from our Crisis programs may also come Saturday if they're not already enrolled as a client of our outpatient mental health clinics.
For more details, please call our Patient Access Line at 713-970-7000, option 2.
Please click here to download the three posters announcing the new Saturday availability to help us spread the word.
Continuing our goal of increasing access to care, The Harris Center is happy to add a new Saturday location for adults to enroll in ongoing mental health care. The Saturday enrollment service for adults kicked in January this year at our Southwest Community Service Center (9401 Southwest Freeway, Houston). The Northwest Community Service Center will also provide this service starting Saturday, March 23, 2019.
8 am to 5 pm every Saturday at
3737 Dacoma St Houston, TX 77092
The Harris Center has exciting news to share: Adult enrollment for ongoing care at our mental health outpatient clinics is now taking place also on Saturdays!
8 am to 5 pm every Saturday
at 9401 Southwest Freeway, Houston TX, 77074.
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