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Tag Archives: Tri-County Mental Health Service’s Prevention Program

Challenge, Tragedy and Care All Part of Children’s Services

Rachel Downing spends a lot of time organizing records, attending meetings and coordinating professionals across the Northland. It doesn’t sound that exciting, until you learn that her work impacts the lives of everyone from an abused four-year-old to a suicidal 18-year-old. Youth and Children’s Services Manager for Tri-County Mental Health …

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New Clinic To Serve Tri-County Mental Health Patients

The new Swope Health Maple Woods will provide medical services to more than 2,000 Tri-County Mental Health Services adult patients who also require primary medical care. The clinic will officially open with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, April 13 at 4 p.m. …

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Family Support Group to Discuss PTSD

“Loving a Survivor of PTSD” will be the topic of the Family Support Group at Tri-County Mental Health Services from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5. Officer Shawn Seymour of the Kansas City Police Department will lead the discussion and answer questions. The Tri-County Family Support Group meets …

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Making the Right Connections for Those Who Face Challenges

For many people who deal with mental illness, the struggle is complicated by physical ailments as well. In the worst cases, they can face a downward spiral of increased illness, mentally and physically. Muriel Gray works to reduce and end that spiral. As Healthcare Home Qualified Mental Health Professional for …

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Small Team Brings Big Steps for Community Change

Tri-County Mental Health Service’s Prevention Program consists of only four people, but its reach impacts thousands throughout Clay, Platte and Ray counties. Throughout the past 23 years, TCMHS Prevention programs and the hundreds of volunteers they work with have received state and national recognition. The organization is even becoming a …

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