Tri-County Services


May 24, 2010

Tri-County Services (Tri-County) is now offering a new program, Bring Everyone in the Zone, available to veterans. Bring Everyone in the Zone is a non-profit organization made up of trained professional facilitators who volunteer to help veterans transition to civilian life through peer-to-peer support groups.  Bring Everyone in the Zone is a new program for Tri-County Services and is funded by a grant received by the state.

Tri-County is currently seeking volunteers to help facilitate weekly group sessions.  All volunteers for this program must be willing to take and pass a background check completed through Tri-County Services.  Any veterans or volunteers interested in the program are encouraged to visit for more information about the program or may contact Ryan Leonard, Veterans Service Liaison at 936.520.8132. Additionally, all veterans are encouraged to visit and complete a brief survey about their time serving.

“As a veteran who recently went through the transition process, I am looking forward to working with our vets to help get them back on their feet,” said Ryan Leonard, Veteran’s Service Liaison.

Tri-County Services provides services to clients in Montgomery, Liberty and Walker counties.  Tri-County works to ensure the provision of quality services for individuals with mental illness and intellectual and developmental disabilities and enhance the quality of life in our community.

For more information about Tri-County Services, call 936-521-6100 or visit



Media contact: Kimberly Willing
Tri-County MHMR Services
(P) 936-521-6123 (F) 936-760-2898