Tri-County Services

Inclement weather information line:
1 (866) 916-0177

Facilities Open Thursday, January 18, 2018 at Regular Times

Wednesday, January 17, 2018. 7 PM

All Tri-County offices will resume normal hours of operation and schedules for Thursday, January 18, 2018.

Tri-County IDD LifeSkills Vans will run van routes tomorrow, but the vans will run on a delayed start schedule.

While the forecast calls for improved weather and road conditions, we advise everyone to proceed with caution on the way to our facilities.

The Psychiatric Emergency Treatment Center remains open in Conroe, but crisis response may be slower than usual through tomorrow. The 24/7 crisis hotline is available for Mental Health crises at 800-659-6994.

Please stay tuned to this website or our Inclement Weather line, 1.866.916.0177, for further information about closures.

Tri-County Announces NEW Walk-in Times

Effective OCTOBER 1, 2017: Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare announces NEW walk-in times for routine services.

--CHILDREN and YOUTH, 8 am- 9:30 am, MONDAY through THURSDAY
--ADULTS, 9:30 am - 11 am, MONDAY through THURSDAY

--CHILDREN and YOUTH: Walk-in TUESDAY from 8 am to 11 am.
--ADULT Walk-in MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY from 8 am- 10 am.

--CHILDREN and YOUTH: Walk-in FRIDAY from 8 am to 11 am.
--ADULT Walk-in TUESDAY and THURSDAY from 8 am- 10 am.

--CHILDREN and YOUTH: Walk-in MONDAY from 8 am to 11 am.
--ADULT Walk-in TUESDAY and THURSDAY from 8 am- 10 am.

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

Current Publications

  • Click here to read the June 2014 Stakeholder "e-Connect." In this issue, you can read about Mental Health First Aid.
  • Click here to read the February 2014 Consumer "e-Connect."  In this issue, you can read about Network of Care.  
  • Click here to view Tri-County Services 2013 Annual Report.

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