Tri-County Services

Inclement weather information line:
1 (866) 916-0177

Inclement Weather Line Updates Active

June 21, 2017: After reviewing the storm forecast for Tropical Storm Cindy, it appears that the storm track will result in potential heavy rain in Liberty County and moderate to light rain in the rest of the Tri-County Service area.

At this point, we have determined that we will open the Intellectual and Developmental Disability Lifeskills programs in Liberty and Cleveland locations at 10 am in the morning and will not be running vans tomorrow.

In addition, we will have a 10 am start for all other services in Cleveland and Liberty.

Please continue to monitor this website or our Inclement Weather Information line for the further information about the Tri-County response to Tropical Storm Cindy.

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare New Location in Conroe

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare is now providing outpatient mental health and intellectual disability services to persons who reside in Montgomery County at the newly opened consolidated service location located at 233 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. S. in Conroe. The facility is open 8 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

The main number for the new facility is 936.521.6100 or 1.800.550.8408.

Staff are working to get the site on the Conroe Connection bus route for residents of the city of Conroe, but the bus does not currently run to the site.

Tri-County Announces NEW Walk-in Times

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare announces NEW walk-in times for routine services.

ADULTS
10 am - Noon, Monday through Thursday at 233 Sgt Ed Holcomb Blvd South

CHILDREN and YOUTH
9 am - 11 am, Monday through Thursday at 233 Sgt Ed Holcomb Blvd South

Please call 1-800-550-8408 if you have further questions about routine intake.

Current Publications

  • Click here to read the June 2014 Stakeholder "e-Connect." In this issue, you can read about Mental Health First Aid.
  • Click here to read the February 2014 Consumer "e-Connect."  In this issue, you can read about Network of Care.  
  • Click here to view Tri-County Services 2013 Annual Report.

For the Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare Privacy Notice, please click on the link below:

Privacy Notice

Network of Care

NETWORK OF CARE

The Network of Care, recognized as a model program by the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, provides online information to help link consumers to support groups and personal advocacy resources in the community.

More about Network of Care

We Need Your Help!

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

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Volunteers give the best gift; themselves. One of Tri-County’s greatest assets is the volunteers that contribute their time and talent to make Tri-County valuable to the clients and the community. While money and materials are essential in providing services through programs of Tri-County Services in Liberty, Montgomery and Walker counties; the heart of our work is people - both the people we serve and the people who help us as volunteers.

more about our volunteer opportunities...

We can currently use volunteers in the following areas:

  • Administrative
  • Special Events Coordinator
  • IDD Volunteers
  • Spanish Speaking Volunteer
  • Mentoring Program
  • From the Heart