Tri-County Mental Health Services

Mental Treatment & Therapy Services

Hope, Integrity & Responsivness

When you or a loved one is suffering from a mental health challenge or illness, where do you turn for professional assistance?

Tri-County Mental Health Services provides nationally recognized behavioral health services that include mental health, substance use treatment and prevention and wellness activities to Clay, Platte and Ray counties in metropolitan Kansas City, Mo.

Our programs include psychiatric services, therapy and outpatient programs, crisis services for individuals and families, and substance abuse programs for adults and adolescents.

The People We Serve

Tri-County Mental Health Services provides a wide range of services throughout Clay, Platte and Ray counties. The most recent summary of services shows that Tri-County helped nearly 8,000 separate Northland residents and provided more than 180,000 patient contacts.

More than half of the diagnosis were for serious mental illness and some of the disorders included depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. One-fourth of all Tri-County clients were 17 and younger

Contact Help

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

For 2015, Tri-County will be closed on these days: May 25, July 4, Sept. 7, Nov. 26 and 27, and Dec. 25.

Heart and Sole 5K Run/ Walk

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 8:30pm

7600 Northeast Antioch Road

Gladstone, MO

Join us for the 4th Annual Heart and Sole 5K Run/Walk! We look forward to seeing new and returning faces this fall in a continued effort to support children and their families challenged with a mental illness.

This event will support Tri-County Mental Health Services, a nonprofit organization, Children's Services Holiday fund. We are excited to have the community join our efforts to raise awareness and reduce stigma for children and families challenged with mental illness.

Proceeds from this run and walk will help sustain our holiday assistance program and other initiatives for youth and their families living in the Northland. Specifically, the funds raised are spent on food and gifts for the children and their families that receive services from Tri-County Mental Health Services.