Tri-County Mental Health Services

  • Nonprofit Member
  • Healthcare
  • Board of Directors
3100 NE 83rd Street, Suite 1001
Kansas City, MO 64119
(816) 468-0400
Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm, Wednesday evenings and Saturday’s by appointment

About Us

In 1990, Tri-County Mental Health Services opened its doors, introducing an innovative health care model to the community.

The agency is the primary provider of comprehensive behavioral health read more
  • About

    In 1990, Tri-County Mental Health Services opened its doors, introducing an innovative health care model to the community.

    The agency is the primary provider of comprehensive behavioral health services to a community of nearly 400,000 people who live north of the river in Clay, Platte and Ray counties. These counties include urban, rural and suburban areas.

    Tri-County developed a unique provider network allowing the agency to deliver convenient, cost-effective services to nearly 9,000 people each year. In addition to hiring agency-based staff to provide services to the community, Tri-County out-sources clinical treatment for behavioral health problems to professionals who live and work throughout the three-county area. Tri-County has a site-based staff of less than 100, but a network of dozens of individual and agency providers and more than hundreds of volunteers.

    Tri-County's strong emphasis on prevention, assessment, education and clinical services has earned the agency a regional and national reputation as a foremost provider of effective behavioral health solutions. The agency is accredited by The Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and has been recognized for the quality of our services.

  • Highlights

    • Served 7,910 consumers during last fiscal year.
    • Saftey-net provider of behavioral healthcare in the Northland.
    • Tri-County Prevention Program takes a wide-range approach to prevent substance use and violence among Northland youth.
    • Tri4U - Internal company focused approach on helping employees manage work related stress and compassion fatigue.
  • Media

  • Jobs

    Program Director - Smithville Community In Action
    Category: Non-Profit and Association
    Posted 09/11/18  Smithville Educational Foundation& Smithville Community In Action Coalition   Job Description  POSITION TITLE: DFC Program Director  F.L.S.A. Non-Exempt  QUALIFICATION:  A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required.   REPORTS TO:  Smithville CIA Board of Directors/Vicky Ward, TCMHS                      JOB GOAL:  The Program Director, for the Smithville Community In Action ...read more

    Contact

    Vicky Ward
    Phone:(816) 877-0411