Owner Chuck Coleman's lifelong dream is to own a brewpub, and he has been brewing for over 20 years, she said. The focus of this brew pub is not only to serve their own brews but to bring attention to Texas local breweries, wineries and meaderies. Beers on tap include Bolthead Double Brown, Latte Porter, Stout and IPAs. 936-242-4208. www.facebook.com/frankenboltzzzz
2. Conroe House of Prayer, Compassion United’s church for the homeless, has resided in downtown Conroe since 2009. On March 2, the church moved out of downtown to 239 S. Main St., Conroe. This will be a temporary location until a new building is built, which should be by the end of July. The new building will be part of Miracle City, a campus that will house all of Compassion United’s programs. 936-274-3799. www.compassionunited.us
3. Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare, which provides services to people with mental illnesses and intellectual/developmental disabilities in Montgomery, Walker and Liberty counties, was certified as a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, according to a March 10 news release from the clinic.
CCBHCs are designed to provide a comprehensive range of mental health and substance use disorder services and are eligible to receive an enhanced reimbursement rate. This will be backed by federal funding once the reimbursement mechanism is fully developed in Texas, according to the news release. The Conroe Service Center is located at 233 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. S., and the Psychiatric Emergency Treatment Center is located at 706 FM 2854, Conroe. 800-550-8408. www.tcbhc.org