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The Menninger Clinic

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12301 S. Main Street, Houston, TX 77035

(713) 275-5000

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99
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
Operational since 1925, Menninger Clinic has been operating as a hospital dedicated to psychiatric treatment, research and education. Located in Houston, Texas, it treats individuals with mood, personality, anxiety and addictive disorders. The hospital offers various specialty inpatient programs and diagnostic services. These are available in the categories of adolescent assessment/treatment, compass young adult program, professionals in crisis and hope adult program. The Menninger Clinic has affiliation with Baylor College of Medicine and The Methodist Hospital.
Hours

Regular Hours

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Neighborhoods
Southwest Houston, Central Southwest
Categories
Clinics, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General
Other Information

Parking: Lot

By Appointment Only: Yes

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sarahkyle

12/28/2011

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As a licensed psychotherapist,...

As a licensed psychotherapist, I would NEVER recommend this place. My best friend was, ironically, on the "Hope" unit for 7 weeks during August-October 2011. He was not allowed to spend time outside, shave, or get a haircut because he was depressed and unable to achieve the right "level" to be allowed these privileges. (Wait, aren't sunshine and hygiene antidotes to depression???) He received very little therapy, and said most of the patients spent their days watching inane TV shows. When I tried to appeal to his social worker, Donna Lamb, she told me too many people were calling about his case. (In actuality, I was the only one calling but she didn't know I knew this.) They never stabilized him on his medication, and he was worse when he came out than when he went in. One month after his discharge, he committed suicide, leaving behind a beautiful daughter, a successful business, and many heartbroken friends and family members. Please do not send your loved ones to this facility!

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