Tri-County Mental Health Services
- Nonprofit Member
In 1990, Tri-County Mental Health Services opened its doors, introducing an innovative health care model to the community.
The agency is the primary provider of comprehensive behavioral health services to a community of nearly 400,000 people who live north of the river in Clay, Platte and Ray counties. These counties include urban, rural and suburban areas.
Tri-County developed a unique provider network allowing the agency to deliver convenient, cost-effective services to nearly 9,000 people each year. In addition to hiring agency-based staff to provide services to the community, Tri-County out-sources clinical treatment for behavioral health problems to professionals who live and work throughout the three-county area. Tri-County has a site-based staff of less than 100, but a network of dozens of individual and agency providers and more than hundreds of volunteers.
Tri-County's strong emphasis on prevention, assessment, education and clinical services has earned the agency a regional and national reputation as a foremost provider of effective behavioral health solutions. The agency is accredited by The Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and has been recognized for the quality of our services.
- Served 7,910 consumers during last fiscal year.
- Saftey-net provider of behavioral healthcare in the Northland.
- Tri-County Prevention Program takes a wide-range approach to prevent substance use and violence among Northland youth.
- Tri4U - Internal company focused approach on helping employees manage work related stress and compassion fatigue.
JobsCrisis QMHPCategory: Health Care (Behavioral, Psychiatric)Posted 10/05/17 Position Summary Provides crisis assessment and crisis case management services to high risk persons diagnosed with serious mental health issues and/or substance use. Acts as a liaison with area hospitals, internal staff and providers and outside agencies to ensure clients have face-to-face follow-up after hospitalization and/or resolution of a crisis. Provides mobile crisis ...read more
ContactPhone:(816) 468-0400Intake ClinicianCategory: Health Care (Behavioral, Psychiatric)Posted 10/05/17 SUMMARY OF POSITION:Responsible for the provision of assessment, crisis intervention and individual therapyPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides comprehensive clinical and resource assessments for all clients including initial diagnosis. Provide crisis services by telephone or face to face including assisting with completion of involuntary commitment paperwork as needed. Provide ...read more
ContactPhone:(816) 468-0400Employment SpecialistCategory: Health Care (Behavioral, Psychiatric)Posted 10/05/17 SUMMARY OF POSITION:The Employment Specialist is responsible for providing community based Employment Services to persons diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness. Employment Specialist’s essential job duties include: assisting the consumer with refining interview skills, development of consumer resumes and/or master applications, establishment of relationships ...read more