All Ray County youth will reach their full potential in safe, healthy and drug-free communities.
Through capacity building and collaboration, the Ray County Coalition will develop unified strategies that reduce substance use among youth.
Do you want to learn more about how you can help prevent youth substance use and improve the mental health of youth in Ray County? Then you’re in the right place! Please join us for our next coalition meeting! These meetings take place on the second Wednesday of even number months from 12:00pm-1:00pm in the Ray County Library conference room, (215 E. Lexington St., Richmond, MO 64085).
To attend the free luncheon, please RSVP here.
Wednesday, December 13th, 2023
Tri-County Mental Health Services Is Now....
New name. Same programs, people, attention, and care. Tri-County Mental Health Services is now Beacon Mental Health! While they have a new look, they’re still offering the same nationally recognized 24/7 crisis care, substance use and suicide prevention programs to communities in Clay, Platte, and Ray Counties. As they continue support the Ray County Coalition, you will begin seeing emails coming from @beaconmh.org. Have no fear! These are still your trusted “Tri-County” Prevention Resource Center employees! Moving forward, you will also see the TCMHS logo being replaced with the one above. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our Upcoming Events Page to check-out our coalition activities!
What We Do
Ray County Coalition is committed to preventing and reducing substance use among our youth. We want to come alongside the youth in our community and help them thrive. We develop programs and campaigns that send a unified message: youth can reach their full potential in safe, healthy and drug-free communities.
Who We Are
Ray County Coalition is a member of CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America). We are one of the hundreds of coalitions across the country working to prevent youth substance use in our communities. Ray County Coalition is made up of people from all areas of our community: from educators to parents, from law enforcement to government, officials, pastors, business owners and more.. our volunteers work together to help Ray County youth thrive.
How You Can Help
If you would like to get involved, please contact Deborah Neel, Community Prevention Specialist for the Ray County Coalition. Email Deborah at email@example.com.