Tri-County Mental Health Services offering behavioral health services for the Kansas City Northland community. Prevention, assessment and treatment services for individuals and families throughout Clay, Platte and Ray counties of Missouri.

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Tri-County Mental Health Services
3100 NE 83rd St., Suite 1001
Kansas City, MO 64119-4460


Telephone: (816) 468-0400
Fax: (816) 468-6635

Main Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm, Wednesday evenings and Saturday’s by appointment only.


For 2017, Tri-County will be closed on these days: May 29, July 4, Sept. 4, Nov. 23 and 24, and Dec. 25.


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Tri-County Banquet to Feature Story of Recovery


Tracey Mitchell will discuss her recovery from heroin addition at the Tri-County annual banquet Aug. 22.
Tri-County Mental Health Services will hold its 26th annual banquet celebration at the Courtyard Marriott of Kansas City at Briarcliff on Monday, Aug. 22.

Tri-County will dedicate the evening to recognizing those that have made a significant impact within the behavioral health field. The highlight of the evening will be Keynote Speaker Tracey Helton Mitchell.

A recovering heroin addict, Mitchell completed rehab in 1998 then dedicated her life to the care and treatment of heroin users. She entered school through an ex-offender’s program where she earned a bachelor’s of business administration and masters of public administration. Today, she is a certified addiction specialist and supervisor. She was featured in the movie Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street. She has also been featured by CNN, Anderson Cooper, Vice, the Huffington Post and the New York Times. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children.

Mitchel authored The Big Fix: Hope After Heroin, which tells her story of transformation from homeless heroin addict to stable mother of three—and the hard work and hard lessons that got her there. Rather than dwelling on the pain of addiction, she focuses on her journey of recovery and rebuilding her life, while exposing the failings of the American rehab system and laying out a path for change.

The Big Fix also describes the unique challenges faced by women caught in the grip of substance abuse. Tracey’s story of hope, hard work, and rehabilitation will inspire anyone who has been affected by substance abuse while offering hope for a better future.

The banquet begins with a reception at 6 p.m. For additional information, contact Jon Wilson at offeringhope@tri-countymhs.org, call (816) 612-8030 or go to this page for online registration.

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