Three Years Running: Beacon Mental Health Named Impact 100 Partner by United Way of Greater Kansas City

We are honored and grateful to share that for the third year in a row, Beacon Mental Health has been named a United Way of Greater Kansas City Impact 100 Partner! This annual list is comprised of 100 of the most vital health and human service organizations that United Way will invest and partner with [...]

June 16th, 2024|

Art Therapy Open House for Community Members

On June 19 at Beacon Mental Health, Aveek Dhar, Art Therapist with the School-Based Team, will host an art therapy session for community members with residual effects from experiences of violence in our community. Aveek intends to provide an expressive therapeutic environment to help aid in the healing process. We hope you’ll join us – [...]

June 13th, 2024|

Tri-County Selected as Blue KC’s Shut Out the Stigma Recipient for July

We are thrilled to announce that Tri-County Mental Health Services was chosen to be July's Shut Out the Stigma recipient from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City & Royals Charities! This program highlights the importance of being vocal about mental health, discourages putting too much pressure on young athletes, and works to end [...]

August 22nd, 2023|

Tri-County Named United Way Impact 100 Organization Second Year in a Row

We are proud to announce that Tri-County was recently recognized as one of the 100 most impactful nonprofits in the Kansas City region. This annual list is comprised of the most vital health and human service organizations that United Way of Greater Kansas City will invest and partner with to bring real-time solutions to our community. [...]

August 22nd, 2023|

Tri-County Mental Health Hires Three New Community Behavioral Health Liaisons

Local law enforcement can rely on Tri-County’s increased team of mental health partners KANSAS CITY, MO. – Tri-County Mental Health added three new Community Behavioral Health Liaisons (CBHLs) strengthening this important community mental health initiative and quadrupling the number of staff in this area. “Now that we’ve gone from one staff person to four, we [...]

December 2nd, 2021|

Tri-County CEO Discusses Mental Health and Drugs

Tom Petrizzo, CEO of Tri-County Mental Health Services, was quoted in a recent article in Flatland, Kansas City PBS’ digital magazine. The article examines how drug addiction and untreated mental health issues contribute to high crime rates in rural Missouri. It focuses attention on Ray County, one of the counties served by Tri-County, which had [...]

October 13th, 2021|

Northland Grandfamilies

Tri-County Mental Health Services is the new manager of the Northland Grandfamilies community support and resource group. This successful community organization provides a support and gathering for those in a kinship role of caring for a youth family member. The group offers a time for sharing, support, resources and free community events. As a new [...]

June 29th, 2021|
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