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Roy Hollis RN, and Chief Executive Officer at Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital was interviewed on Great Day Houston by Debra Duncan. He shared crucial information about Childrens Mental Health. He will also be interviewed next month again and speak about the changes people feel with their mental health during the Holiday season. Join us on December the 8th for that interview.




Our Very Own Dr. Frank Chen, Chief Medical Officer was interviewed on Channel 11 KHOU by Debra Duncan on the Great Day Houston Show. He emphasized the importance of Mental Health in our lives during this Covid Pandemic.









April 24, 2020 FACEBOOK LIVE with ABC channel 13.

We are very pleased to have had the opportunity to host a live facebook question and answer session with the Houston Viewing Market through ABC channel 13. Dr. Frank Chen and Denise Greenwood LCSW answered various questions about Mental Health and our current COVID-19 situation. Click below to view the interview.


Dr. Frank Chen, Chief Medical Officer at our hospital was interviewed on the topic of College Students Coping with Mental Illness. Article was publilshed on Mom.Com



On March 2, 2018 our very own Director of Outpatient Services, Laurie Crosby LPC gave a 1.5 hr CEU presentation during this month's KAty Networker event. This event was co hosted by David Martin Consulting and Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital. Laurie spoke of Suicide Prevention and Effective Intervention. More than 50 LPC, Therapists, social workers, and others attended.  



On February 7, 2018 Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital has the privledge of participating in this years St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital Vendor Fair in which more than 150 people came by to visit our booth and learn more about our resources. We would like to thank the people at St. Luke's Hospital that helped set this up. Thank you for this great opportunity.





 We would like to thank all those that attended this Magnet Event held on November 8th here at Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital. Developed by UT Police and sponsored by our hospital the event focused on the current issues that surround us all in terms of the current status of safe patient care in the assesment, handling, and treatment of behavioral and mental health patients.

The speakers were:

Frank Webb Project Manager for the Bureau of Mental Health and Jail Diversion in the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Amber Pastucek M.D. Board certified in both Psychiatry and Neurology Psychiatry and Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Loretta Coonan Licensed Clinical Social Worker in both clinical and administrative positions within the Mental Health Care Line with the Veterans Association.

Darrell Pile Chief Executive Officer of the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council based in Houston

We look forward to working with these groups and others as this event becomes more attended and are excited about participating as a partner with them to find solutions as a team. Congratulations to UT Police for their efforts in driving the narrative in this direction. Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital will always participate in any and all efforts.






Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital now on Facebook

Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital wants to reach everyone that is interested in learning more about mental health and psychiatric care. To accomplish this we are now frequently posting a variety of new blogs, articles, lectures, or specific highlighted content that will help educate patient and family members looking for answers to there questions or concerns. "We feel that we need to reach a younger generation of the patient population through the vehicles that are accessed by them like social media", said Roy Hollis, CEO of Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, "It is necessary that we engage through the social media platforms in order to really be an assett to our community".

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