Tri-County Mental Health
Therapy services and treatment services for people
Programs and Services Available
24-Hour Crisis Line is available to individuals, concerned significant others, and other community organizations whenever a crisis event occurs
Psychiatric Services: Medication services offered to our clients as part of a comprehensive illness/symptom management program.
Therapy Services: Individual and family therapy utilizing a brief-solution focused therapy model.
Intensive Outpatient Services: Intensive Outpatient Services are available 5 days per week. These services include group therapy and case management.
Crisis Services: Available to our clients and other members of the Clay, Platte, and Ray County community 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
CSTAR: The Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Program (CSTAR) is a unique approach to substance abuse treatment and addiction treatment. The adult program serves individuals 18 years of age and over. The adolescent program serves individuals 12-17 years of age. The intensity and duration of services are based on individual need.
Drug Court: Treatment for first-time substance abuse offenders in Clay, Platte, and Ray Counties.
Adult Case Management: Assisting clients in the coordination of community resources by acting as client advocates.
Day Program: A variety of social, recreational, and educational activities specific to the needs of the seriously mentally ill adults.
Consumer-Run Drop-In Center: Formed in November 1995. Run by staff who are themselves mental health consumers, the drop-in center provides socialization and activities for adults with mental illnesses who live in Clay, Platte and Ray Counties.
Employment Services: In coordination with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, clients receive intensive support in their efforts to return to the work force.
Children’s Case Management: Case managers work with children and their families to assist with coordination of services, monitoring, and skill building.
Children’s Intensive Family-Based Services: Helps children/families who are experiencing an acute psychiatric condition in order to reduce the likelihood of an out-of-home placement.
Children’s Day Program: An intensive, structured program for youth ages 6-17 who are classified as having a serious emotional disturbance or are experiencing an acute psychiatric condition.
Prevention and Wellness: Staff members meet and consult with community-based social service agencies, civic groups, and schools to present information on mental health and substance use.
Mental Health First Aid and QPR trainings in the community.
Older Adult Services
• Mental Health professionals assess the unique needs of consumers 60 and older, discuss treatment recommendations and provide information on community resources. Among these programs are monthly meetings of the Aging and Mental Health Coalition of Kansas City North and community presentations