Tri-County Services

Expectations for Services at Tri-County during COVID-19 Event

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 Update:

Update-Based on guidelines from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), all three Day Habilitation Sites will be closed starting Wednesday, March 18 until AT LEAST Monday, May 5th. Texas DSHS has asked for these sites to be closed to encourage social distancing for these individuals.

Effective March 31, 2020, Walk-in Intake services will be paused for Adults, Children and Youth. We currently have many staff out of the office and are unable to handle typical walk-in intake volume. We will resume walk-in intake as soon as we open for regular services.

Effective March 27th, we are under a Stay at Home order Montgomery County. The Montgomery County order includes a 12 midnight to 6 am curfew.

Effective March 25th, we are under a Shelter In Place order in Liberty County.

Effective March 23rd, persons who have a fever or who refuse screening at the front door will be refused entry into our buildings.

The East Montgomery County Crisis Clinic, located in Porter, closed at Midnight March 17th and will remain closed indefinitely due to staff shortages. The Psychiatric Emergency Treatment Center in Conroe remains open 24/7.

Effective March 17th, the Psychiatric Emergency Treatment Center will be limited to 9 beds, we will no longer bet allowing family or other visitors to persons admitted to the PETC and the Extended Observation Unit located in Conroe will be closed.

Select Substance Use Disorder treatment groups will be cancelled effective March 17, 2020. Individual services will be available for most of the persons currently served in group.

Effective March 17, 2020, all of the service we provide in Nursing Facilities will be discontinued until at least May 4th.

At this time, we are asking that persons who have a fever call and reschedule their appointment for the safety of staff and other individuals in services. Our staff will ask questions about illness at the front desk and may reschedule appointments for persons that show up with a fever. In addition, our staff making home visits may call and ask the same questions of persons with which they have appointments.

Stay tuned to this website for further updates.

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