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The Harris Center’s New Behavioral Health Advisory Committee: Make Your Voice Heard

The Harris Center’s New Behavioral Health Advisory Committee: Make Your Voice Heard

Do you currently receive mental health and/or substance use treatment services from The Harris Center? Did you receive any of those services from us in the past? Are you a family member of someone who receives these services or received them in the past?

 

Then we want you.

New Saturday Adult Enrollment Location

New Saturday Adult Enrollment Location

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

Now also on Saturdays: Adult enrollment for ongoing care at our mental health outpatient clinics

Now also on Saturdays: Adult enrollment for ongoing care at our mental health outpatient clinics

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.

From Couch to 5k: Living a Healthier Lifestyle

From Couch to 5k: Living a Healthier Lifestyle

Dancing, flu shots, turkey chili, learning how to use a fire extinguisher as well as bone density exams all in one day? That’s right, The Harris Center’s Wellness department hosted it’s 5th annual Health and Wellness Fair in which employees were able to participate in different activities as well as learn about different resources community partners and vendors had to offer.

New Diversion Center will Keep People with Mental Illness out of Jail

New Diversion Center will Keep People with Mental Illness out of Jail

Harris County now has a new resource to help keep people with mental illness out of the Harris County Jail. The new Judge Ed Emmett Mental Health Diversion Center provides law enforcement with a community-based alternative for persons with mental illness who have been picked up for low-level, non-violent offenses such as trespass. The Diversion Center celebrated its ribbon-cutting and dedication October 1, 2018 at 9 a.m.

 

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