Three-Year Strategic Plan 2020-2022
To help focus the Board of Directors, staff, and community partners in advancing the mission, the Tri-County Board develops long-range strategic plans. Input for the plan comes from community surveys, coalitions, clients, families, provider agencies and other partners. The Strategic Plan is a working, living document, subject to change as needs, funding and opportunities arise.
1. Enhance Access to Services
The Tri-County Board will invest in research, technology, and other resources to improve access to mental health and addiction services through:
2. Enhance Asset Management
The Tri-County Board will enhance data systems and procedures to track utilization, maintenance, and management of facilities and other assets.
3. Establish a Permanent Administrative and Training Center
The Tri-County Board will establish a modern, efficient and accessible administrative center owned by the Board, with flexible use facilities for agency and community partners, including a well-equipped, safe and modern training and meeting space.
4. Reduce the Impact of Suicide
The Tri-County Board will invest in education, training, and other resources to enhance suicide prevention across all age groups, with particular attention to youth and to the agricultural community.
5. Enhance Youth Services
The Tri-County Board will invest in evidence-based or emerging best practice approaches to build resiliency in youth; to establish effective prevention strategies in schools and community youth organizations; for broader adoption of screening and early intervention for mental health or substance use; and to improve access to treatment services for youth.
6. Plan for and Respond to Behavioral Health Impacts of Trauma
Trauma can occur as a result of social, economic and environmental conditions, and is a significant risk factor for mental health and substance use disorders. The Tri-County Board will invest in evidence-based or emerging best practice approaches to build resiliency in communities, including but not limited to community crisis response, warmlines, inter-agency and community planning, and emergent systems.