Tri-County Mental Health

Jason Frame and Grace Gammon

Services include...

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 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.