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HHCI Launches Redesigned Website
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HHCI Launches Redesigned Website

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.

HHCI Launches Redesigned Website

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.

The streamlined site focuses on making the experience easier for people to connect with the care or information they need as quickly as possible while providing tools to increase our impact in our communities.

Learn more about the new features below:

Cross-Platform and Device Functionality

Whether you were looking for our services on you desktop, phone, tablet, TV, or more, we wanted to make sure our site adapted to any screen.

Easy to use on desktop or mobile

Now you can register for an event, connect to our services, donate, and learn more about us wherever you are.

Easier to Connect to a Person

When we’re looking for help, whether it’s for something we’re struggling with or trying to help a loved one, sometimes it’s easier to talk about it with a real person.

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Easier to connect to a person over the phone

We’ve made it easier, no matter where you are on the site, to connect with our staff and find the help you’re looking for.

Accessibility Tools

For those who are vision impaired or have difficulties accessing digital resources due to issues of sight, we have added a global tool to help in hopes of making our site easier to navigate and read through.

Easier to adapt information for visual accessibility

It offers users the ability to change our site’s appearance to their needs, even allowing text to be read digitally and navigation modified.

Spanish Translation Functionality

We understand the need for our essential resources to be available to our Spanish speaking families and individuals, and we’re in the process of making those adjustments. See the recent Spanish translation update to our Mental Health Gateway resource site.

In redesigning the HHCI site, we have laid the groundwork for it to mirror our Mental Health Gateway resource site in being a tool for Spanish speaking communities across the city.

More from HHCI

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.

Watch Dr. Crystal Collier's webinar How to Keep Your Children Mentally Healthy During Quarantine hosted by The Parish School.

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