Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare
This grants is made possible through our BWF-Qatar Harvey Fund (QHF) Partnership:
Montgomery County, Texas, is one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. This growth has strained the limited low-income housing in the area and expanded the housing authority’s overfilled waiting list. For veterans affected by Hurricane Harvey, these lodging constraints threaten their ability to remain housed without a comprehensive intervention. The services provided by Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare are designed to keep veterans and their family members living in their homes by addressing mental health conditions that if left untreated, would threaten a veteran’s ability to maintain housing. Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare’s services address issues such as anger management, coping abilities, relationship building, anxiety management, and substance abuse; as well as provide case management to access additional resources in the communities in which they live. This BWF-QHF grant will strengthen Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare’s clinical and case management team and ensure 125 veteran households remain housed by addressing behavioral health issues and increasing access to supportive services.