Tri-County Services

New Facility Now Open in Conroe

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare's New Conroe Service Facility Is Now Open

 

Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare opened our consolidated service facility at 233 Sgt. Ed Holcomb in Conroe, Texas on March 27th  .  The new facility replaces Tri-County’s Administration Building at 1506 FM 2854, IDD Services Building at 610 N Loop 336 E, Adult Med Clinic services at 103 N. Thompson, and Adult Intake, Specialized Programs and Youth services at 1020 Riverwood Court in Conroe.   The new service location, with just over 90,000 square feet of office space, provides services to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, persons with mental illnesses and persons with substance use disorders. 

 

The building was designed by Identity Architects to maximize clinical services and program efficiency for those providing services.  Design features include a centralized financial assessment area, incorporation of a full service pharmacy, a separate child and youth waiting area, expanded training space, substance abuse group rooms and several rooms that will be used for community meetings.

 

Consolidating service locations provides numerous cost efficiencies that could not be realized in the scattered smaller buildings.  By consolidating facilities and selling older, less efficient buildings, Tri-County will be able to pay for this building without negatively impacting the services they provide.  All of the former service locations are currently under contract  or have already been sold.

 

Our executive director, Evan Roberson notes:  “We are very excited about our new consolidated service location.”  “Our old facilities were not meeting the needs of those we serve and we are very excited about what this consolidated space will mean for the persons who receive their care from Tri-County."  "This building will be a valuable tool that we will used to provide beneficial services to those we serve in our community.”  

  

Board Trustees:

Patti Atkins, Liberty County, Chair; Honorable Tracy Sorensen, Walker County, Vice-Chair; Sharon Walker, Montgomery County, Secretary; Janet Qureshi, Trustee, Montgomery County; Morris Johnson, Trustee, Walker County; Richard Duren, Trustee, Montgomery County; Jacob Paschal, Trustee, Walker County; Gail Page, Trustee, Liberty County.

 

About Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare

Founded in 1983, Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare is one of 39 Community Centers in Texas which provide services to persons with mental illnesses and intellectual/developmental disabilities to all of the 254 counties in the state.  Tri-County is a unit of local government sponsored by the Commissioners’ Courts of Liberty, Montgomery and Walker Counties and is funded primarily through billing for insurance and contracts with the Health and Human Services Commission.   Tri-County provided services to just over 10, 000 persons with mental illness, intellectual disabilities and/or substance use disorders in Fiscal Year 2016.  For more information, please visit http://www.tcbhc.org.