Adult Mental Health
The Adult Mental Health Program provides supportive services to adults 18 and over with severe and persistent mental illness. The needs of people served are diverse with a broad continuum of care from outpatient assessment to inpatient hospitalization with a strong focus on community-based psychosocial rehabilitation.
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- Access, Assessment and Referral
- Medication Services
- Case Management Services
- Adult Rehabilitation Services
- Supported Housing
- Supported Employment
- Inpatient Services
- Special Contract Services
Admission Eligibility »
Tri-County Services provides services for adults in compliance with Department of State Health Service criteria. Adults must have a diagnosis of mental illness in one of three areas: Major Depression, Schizophrenia, or Bipolar Disorder.
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