Tri-County Services

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare IDD Summit Postponed

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare announced the the Intellectual and Developmental Disability Summit, previously scheduled for Friday May 18, 2018, has been postponed until later in the year.

Stay tuned to this site for updates on the new date.

Please call 936.521.6100 if you have questions.

May is Mental Health Month

May is recognized as national Mental Health Month and Tri-County Services is calling on the community to help the 1 in 4 American adults who live with a diagnosable, treatable mental health condition and understand how important mental health is to overall health.

Mental Health America has chosen this year’s theme as “Pathways to Wellness.” Tri-County Services supports this theme calling attention to strategies and approaches that help all Americans achieve wellness, good mental and overall health.

Wellness is more than an absence of disease. It involves complete general, mental and social well-being. And mental health is an essential component of overall health and well-being. The fact is our overall well-being is tied to the balance that exists between our emotional, physical, spiritual and mental health.

There are steps that maintain well-being and help everyone achieve wellness. These involve a balanced diet, regular exercise, enough sleep, a sense of self-worth, development of coping skills that promote resiliency, emotional awareness, and connections to family, friends and the community. These steps should be complemented by taking stock of one’s well-being through regular mental health checkups.

Just as we check our blood pressure and get cancer screenings, it’s a good idea to take periodic stock of our emotional well-being. One recent study said everyone should get their mental health checked as often as they get a physical, and many doctors routinely screen for mental health, which typically include a series of questions about lifestyle, eating and drinking habits and mental wellness. But a checkup doesn’t necessarily require a special trip to the doctor. There are also online screening tools you can use. While conditions like depression are common—roughly 1 in 4 Americans have a mental health condition—they are extremely treatable.

Tri-County Announces AMH Waiting List in Conroe and Cleveland

Effective May 1, 2018, Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare regrets to announce the need to put lower need adults on the mental health waiting list at the Conroe and Cleveland Clinics. Higher need persons and persons with certain types of insurance will still be able to access routine services.

The Center is currently at 115% of the State Contract Target for adults and the majority of adults seeking treatment have had no medical insurance.

The AMH waiting list policy will be reevaluated monthly and may change over time.

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

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

Privacy Notice

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!


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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
  • From the Heart