Tri-County was instrumental in developing Mental Health KC conference

Mental Health Kansas City Metrowide Conference Our place of work is where we spend a third of our lives and many times we are defined by our jobs.  For example, we’re often asked: “What do you do?” And, the people we work with become more than just co-workers. Yet, mental health issues are traditionally considered [...]

May 11th, 2018|

Tri-County selected as part of national excellence in Mental Health initiative

Rebecca Farley, the Vice President of Advocacy and Policy from the National Council for Behavioral Health, met with Tri-County’s leadership and toured the facilities this month (April 2018). Tri-County was eager to demonstrate the implementation of recent changes made at the federal level for leading providers of mental health services. Tri-County has been a part [...]

April 25th, 2018|

Aging Mastery Program Coming to Kearney

Helping older adults build their own playbook for aging well Tri-County Mental Health is pleased to announce an opportunity for older adults to attend the Aging Mastery Program. AMP was developed by the National Council on Aging (NCOA) and has been successful at helping older adults build their own playbook for aging well. [...]

February 3rd, 2018|

If You’re an Amazon Shopper, Please Help Tri-County (Free!)

Here in the Northland, we are lucky to have lots of local options for shopping, and Tri-County certainly shops locally. Every now and then, though, Amazon comes through with a hard-to-find item or a tremendous bargain. When that happens to YOU, did you know that you have a FREE way of making certain that you [...]

November 17th, 2017|

It’s Turkey Day at Tri-County! (Too bad you can’t catch a whiff!)

It's Turkey Day at Tri-County - and, oh, man, does it smell good! Our North Star program offers educational and recreational group activities for adults living with mental illness. We also have healthy meals and FUN! Our day program services are offered at three location in the Northland, and transportation may be available for participants. [...]

November 15th, 2017|

REACH Healthcare Foundation Recognizes Tri-County Mental Health as a 2018 Core Partner

REACH Healthcare Foundation announced today that Tri-County Mental Health Services is the recipient of one of 27 local Core Operating Partner grants. The grant of $50,000 provides general support. Each year, these grants are given to nonprofit organizations whose work is highly aligned with the foundation’s focus on increasing access to health coverage and quality health [...]

November 14th, 2017|

Tri-County to Host Family-To-Family Program

Tri-County will host the popular Family-to-Family program beginning Jan. 9. Although the 12-week course is free, space is limited. Northland sessions of the acclaimed Family-to-Family program will begin Tuesday, Jan. 9, at Tri-County Mental Health Services. The free, 12-week series is sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness to provide education and support [...]

November 10th, 2017|

Tri-County Prevention Efforts Earn Honors

Prevention/Wellness Manager Vicky Ward recently received a Community Health in Action Award for substance-abuse prevention efforts by Tri-County Mental Health Services. Gary E. Zaborac, director of public health at the Clay County Public Health Center, presented the award. The fourth annual Clay County Community Health In Action (CHIA) awards honored the Tri-County Mental [...]

November 10th, 2017|

Coalitions Receive Grants for Continued Effort

Three Northland prevention coalitions supported by Tri-County Mental Health Services have each received $125,000 in new or renewed grant funding to continue and expand their programming and advocacy work in preventing youth substance use. Excelsior Springs SAFE (Substance Abuse-Free Environments), Liberty Alliance for Youth (LAFY) and the Ray County Coalition were awarded Federal Drug Free [...]

November 10th, 2017|