Corona Virus imageTri-County Mental Health Services maintains its support of our communities’ behavioral health needs. The majority of our services continue to be delivered virtually (via phone or telehealth) due to the COVID-19 health crisis, although some in-person services are available by appointment.  The health and safety of clients and staff continues to be our highest priority.

We are not currently doing Open Access Walk-In Clinic days, but persons can be seen by appointment.  Individuals seeking mental health services at Tri-County Mental Health for the first time or to schedule a follow-up appointment – either for themselves or their child – should contact us at 816-468-0400 to begin the appointment and scheduling process.

If you have general questions about our services, please call at 816-468-0400 to learn more about what we offer for Platte, Clay and Ray counties. You can also visit a list of our services here. We understand this health emergency may increase anxiety and stress, so do not hesitate to contact us.

Our on-site pharmacy will continue to fill prescriptions. Please call 816-527-8130 with questions or concerns  about the pharmacy.

We want to say thank you to our clients, partners and community for your patience and understanding during this health crisis. Please check back for updates as we continue to provide services and continue planning for a safe reopening to in person services.

The following is a list of COVID-19-related support groups offered by Tri-County:

  • Support Group for Individuals with Mental and Physical Health Challenges
    • Days offered: First and Third Tuesdays of each month
    • Time: 1 to 2:30pm
    • About: A safe and open space for individuals who suffer from physical and mental health challenges and are looking for support and resources.
    • Register here or call (816) 468-0400
  • Support Group for Caregivers of Remote Learners
    • Days offered: First and Third Tuesdays of each month
    • Time: 6 to 7:30pm
    • About: A safe and open space for caregivers of remote learners to be given access to education, resources and support from others who are going through similar things
    • Register here or call (816) 468-0400
  • Teacher Support Group
    • Days offered: Thursdays (ends 3/18)
    • Time: 4:30 to 5pm
    • About: Take time to pause and connect virtually with other educators during this challenging year.
    • Register here or call (816) 468-0400
  • Family Support Group
    • Days offered: First and Third Wednesday of each month
    • Time: 6 to 7:30pm
    • About: Various topics will be covered each month to assist those supporting friends, family members and loved ones living with a mental illness
    • Register here
  • COVID-19 Survivors
    • Days offered: Every other Monday (starting Feb. 8)
    • Time: 6:30 to 7:30pm
    • About: This is a safe and open space for individuals who have had COVID-19 and are continuing to experience symptoms. Come share your story, connect with other long-haulers, and learn self-care practices.
    • Register here


  • Public Health Department Support Groups
    • Days offered: Mondays (3:30 to 4:30pm) and Wednesdays (noon to 1pm)
    • About: Come to any or all of these support group meetings to discuss the unique pandemic challenges you’re facing along with other public health workers. Learn and practice some self-care techniques.
    • Register here


  • Artists/Performers Assemblage
    • Days offered: First and Third Tuesdays of each month
    • Time: Noon to 1pm
    • About: This gathering is a safe and open space for artists and performers whose lives have been turned upside down by the pandemic. Come share your story, connect with other artists and performers, and learn self-care practices.
    • Facilitated by: Rachelle Morgan from Tri-County Mental Health Services/Soundscaping Source
    • Register here or call – (816) 468-0400