Originally established to treat sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), Montrose Clinic has greatly expanded its programs over the last twenty-plus years to meet the needs of underserved people throughout the greater Houston area. A United Way agency, the Clinic has been at the forefront of responding to the HIV epidemic since 1985, when the Clinic became the citys first, and the nations second, alternative HIV antibody testing site. The Clinic now serves more than 15,000 men, women and teens annually, with over 30,000 patient/client visits for a full spectrum of care. 

Our key focus is to ensure that the indigent, the uninsured, and the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender (GLBT) community receive high-quality health care, eye care, prevention education, social services, and clinical research services in a culturally sensitive, judgment-free, and confidential environment.