Located in Houston, Texas, Montrose Counseling Center offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Montrose Counseling Center, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Houston, Texas, Montrose Counseling Center places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Montrose Counseling Center offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Montrose Counseling Center from their website at www.montrosecounselingcenter.org.
An absolutely amazing organization and facility, staffed by some of the most selfless and hardworking people in the city. I strongly recommend them if you need their services, or if you are looking for a charitable organization that will make good use of your donation.
Somehow both one of the largest LGBTQ+-focused orgs in the world, and one of the most personal and effective. A lot of it has to do with Chief Development Officer Kent Loftin, though pretty much everyone I've ever encountered who worked for TMC in any capacity was a loving, kind, decent human being and worked their hardest to help TMC fulfill its mission. If you think you might have reason to seek out The Montrose Center, I urge you to do it. If they can't help you, maybe you can help them.
I'm giving it three stars for their involvement with the community, hatch youth, yoga, and other support groups. Those are all wonderful. But I've had problems from the actually counseling center itself from 2013-2018. I've seen 4 therapists there. The first therapist I had was helpful but I didn't know it at the time, and I switched since I felt like it wasn't. The second one made me extremely uncomfortable and I eventually stopped going because it actually wasn't helpful. The third one told me that if it didn't work with her to try somewhere else. I expressed what helped me with even a handout but nothing followed through so I left. The lack of therapists is real, so I came back desperately needing services and it took 6 MONTHS of constantly calling to finally get a therapist. I told them up front that my work schedule is a consistent biweekly schedule meaning I needed some flexibility my 2 weeks are the exact opposite. I was assigned to a therapist that was part time who only was there on certain days making it extremely difficult to actually go weekly, which never happened. I only saw him I think 3 or 4 times, and each time I left angry because he would go on about something completely unrelated wasting my time instead of focusing on what was actually going on. Also, every session he would question if I found a DBT/IOP making me feel like he didn't want to work with me. When I did, I left immediately. I've been coming to the Montrose Center for almost 5 years and the new receptionist who hasn't been there that long is not friendly. Everything seems like a inconvenience and she makes it aware. I've never had a problem with a single person when it comes to friendliness there until she came along.
Staff is very helpful and nice
The MC has been around since I was in college around 20 years ago. They've become a dynamic force in Houston. Their leadership team is receptive of community involvement and new ideas. I appreciate that they opened their doors to help develop Houston's only FtM support group. Thanks guys!!!
Great place for education ... Awesome WiFi too
The building is old which means outdated and rundown facilities. It's okay. But the lady I spoke to at the behaviorial office i was redirected to go from the Legacy office (which was kind and helpful) was rude and impolite. Unhelpful and judgemental it seemed. A Wth you want kinda attitude. It was my first time here and I wasn't sure what was the process to get services here so I asked for it to be explained. Rude lady.
Good service, helpful group meetings, quality counselors.
Montrose Center has been wonderful. Helping me with the rental assistant program. They would go out of their way to help you with everything A-Z. The staff are very friendly and very helpful.. Thank you so much for your assistant. Keep up the great work!!!