Dr. Peggy Determeyer was recently featured on Doug Pike's program Fifty+ speaking about health care rights and responsibilities.
Former HHCI Murphy-Petersen Behavioral Health Fellow, Dr. Crystal Collier, announces the release of her fellowship project The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide.
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) today announced the recent launch of the Houston Hope Line, a new, free mental health service that is an alternative to a traditional crisis hotline.
In its efforts to provide easily accessible mental health services to Houston and beyond, the Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) is excited to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website. Learn more about some of the new features.
Watch Dr. Crystal Collier's webinar How to Keep Your Children Mentally Healthy During Quarantine hosted by The Parish School.
In the midst of the COVID-19 climate, it's appropriate to be concerned about issues in our lives and the lives of people we love, but important not to let those concerns overwhelm and paralyze us.
As the COVID-19 updates continuously evolve, I wanted to reach out and share with you ways the Hope and Healing Center & Institute is serving the community remotely as well as other resources that may be beneficial to you or your loved ones.
Listen to Dr. Determeyer's interview from the February 20, 2020 broadcast.
We were honored to have Dr. Matthew Stanford invited to join the "Need for Reform" panel discussion on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at the White House Mental Health Summit.
The church's response to child and adolescent mental health disorders has too often been characterized by fear and misinformation rather than grace or wisdom.
The Warmline Staff would like to thank Sharon Kuehn and Robin Kandel from the David Romprey Oregon Warmline.
Dr. Matthew Stanford, CEO of the Hope and Healing Center & Institute, was recently a featured guest on Focus on the Family's Broadcast program where he spoke on the subject and stigma of mental illness, and how faith communities can help those suffering from mental illness.
HHCI's outreach program Gateway to Hope is included as a best practice in An Inventory of Faith and Mental Health Initiatives compiled by the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute on behalf of the H.E. Butt Foundation.
Listen to Dr. Stanford's featured podcast on "Think About It."
Dr. Peggy Determeyer, Director of the Community Bioethics and Aging Center at the Hope and Healing Center & Institute, was recently a featured guest on Radio Maria's program The Gathering Place with Deacon Al Vacek where she spoke and answered questions on the subject of aging.
The Hope and Healing Center and Institute in Houston, Texas, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Crystal Collier as the Murphy-Petersen Behavioral Health Fellow effective July 3, 2018.
Erica Fletcher, PhD, has joined the Hope and Healing Center & Institute as a new Research Fellow. Erica Fletcher began her new position in June.
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI), in collaboration with the Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church (LOTS), seeks a consultant to develop a plan for the establishment of a residential program for chronically homeless men with mental illness at Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church?s existing 14-bed facility.
Hope and Healing Center & Institute CEO Matthew Stanford, Ph.D. sat down with Comcast Newsmakers host Michael Bybee to discuss how the Hope and Healing Center & Institute is helping those broken by life's circumstances through education, supportive services, research and training.
(Houston, TX) – On May 2, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett addressed over 700 attendees at the Hope and Healing Center & Institute’s sixth annual award luncheon, A Chrysalis Occasion, at the Royal Sonesta Hotel.
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute McGee Fellow Peggy Determeyer stopped by The Senior Answer radio program to discuss patients rights and responsibility.
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute's Mental Health Coach, Madeline Stiers, talked with Houston Newsmakers Khambrel Marshall about how good mental health must start with a plan that you make.
The Hope and Healing Center and Institute (HHCI) was honored with an award from the Houston Graduate School of Theology (HGST) for its faithful and creative dedication to transforming lives and restoring hope through free education, training and supportive services to those suffering from mental illness.
Hope and Healing Center & Institute CEO Matt Stanford stopped by KPRC Weekend Morning Show to talk to Sofia Ojeda about the importance of the Center.
Early Monday morning gunfire disrupted the normally-quiet neighborhood of West University.
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) received a $15,000 grant on January 25th from the Junior League of Houston for the initiation of a new Violence against Women initiative, designed to offer specialized mental health care services to survivors of trauma.
A Holistic Approach to Inclusion - By Dr. Lorna Bradley
Rethinking Mental Healthcare - How the Church Can Transform A Broken System, By Matthew S. Stanford, PhD
Listen to Matthew Stanford, HHCI CEO, provide a biblical context with regard to mental illness on Faith Radio radio.
NAMI Austin, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Seminary of the Southwest, Temple Beth Shalom, Hope Presbyterian Church, Austin Travis County Integral Care, PLAN of Central Texas and the Diocese of Austin
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) has received a grant of $86,300 from the John S. Dunn Foundation to support the development and initial implementation of a clergy training program on mental and behavioral health over the next year.
Listen to our conversation with Rev. Dr. Lorna Bradley as she shares her personal insight as a theologian and the parent of an adult son with special needs.
The Hope and Healing Institute (Houston, TX) invites applications for the William K. McGee Jr. Fellowship in Bioethics and Aging.
Dr. Matthew S. Stanford, CEO, Hope and Healing Center & Institute, spoke with Rabi Joseph Patasin and Deacon Kevin McCormack?about the stigma of mental illness in society and how clergy can aid in removing that stigma.
Amy Bezecny, MDiv, Hope and Healing Institute Fellow in Adoptive and Foster Care Parenting received a $200,000 grant from the Houston Endowment for the initiation and implementation of a new and innovative adoption/foster care program over the next two years.
Rev. Dr. Lorna Bradley, Fellow at the Hope and Healing Institute released a new book Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving.
Matthew S. Stanford, Ph.D., is the new Hope and Healing Center & Institute CEO following the retirement of Founding Executive Director Scott F. Basinger, Ph.D. Matthew began his new position on January 5, 2015.