Upcoming Events

General Meeting Schedule

  • February 2, 2022

This Meeting will be virtual.

 or contact
Emily at emilyb@tri-countymhs.org

Upcoming Training Opportunities

Trauma-Informed Training Opportunity

KC Northland Strong, a collaborative working to build a trauma- informed and resilient Northland, recognizes the stress and trauma caused by COVID-19. In response, they are providing this FREE, 1-hour training via Zoom to organizations, businesses, and companies in Clay, Platte and Ray Counties. The training will identify the trauma we are all experiencing and our responses, but more importantly, will guide attendees in developing self-care skills and building pillars of resilience.

Click here to request more info or to schedule a training

Check It Out!

There is HOPE and HELP!

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Mental Health was awarded a Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) grant by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Show Me Hope CCP funding will provide behavioral health services to Missourians who are emotionally troubled by the pandemic. Tri-County Mental Health Services will be delivering stress management resources and resource referrals to citizens feeling the stress and emotional strain caused by COVID-19. The Show Me Hope team will assist Missourians in building hope and resiliency for the future.
Stay in Touch with Prevention

Stay In Touch
with Prevention!

Get Smart About Drugs, a DEA resource for parents, educators, and caregivers, has developed a quiz to test how well you know drug slang! Words like “bliss”, “pebbles”, and “groceries” probably sound innocent enough. But some try to hide their drug use through code words of slang. Learn about popular drug slang terms while testing your knowledge by taking this quiz.

Help us reach more community members with suicide prevention information and messages by liking the local Encourage Hope and Help Facebook page! Go directly to the page by clicking here.

September’s blog discusses “7 Things to Consider As You Send Your Child Back to School.” How to prepare your child for a safe and productive school year whether the they are in the classroom or in the home.

Read the blog post here!

With Tri-County Mental Health Services, Youth With Vision’s primary Focus is to work with our schools and communities to decrease alcohol and other drug use by teens so that all youth in Clay, Platte, and Ray county have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Contact Sherri Miller!