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Tri-County breaks ground on new Cleveland facility

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    Liberty County Judge Jay Knight, Cleveland City Manager Scott Swigert, Rev. Carl Williamson, Cleveland Mayor Danny Lee, Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce VP and COO Victoria Good, Executive Director of Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare Evan Roberson, a

CLEVELAND – Big things are on the horizon for the greater Cleveland area and Tri- County Behavioral Healthcare in their mission to provide services for mental illnesses and intellectual/ developmental disabilities.

On Friday, Oct. 27, community leaders and representatives of Tri- County Behavioral Healthcare held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new service facility located at 402 Liberty Street in Cleveland, Texas.

T h e t wo - s t o r y , 36,000- square- foot facility will house Intellectual and Developmental Disability day programming, outpatient adult mental health and substance use disorder services, and outpatient child and youth mental health and substance use disorder services.

The facility is expected to be completed by December 2024, and the current service facility in Cleveland will be sold.

“ We are very excited about this opportunity to construct a facility which will allow us to meet more of the behavioral health needs in North Liberty County,” said Evan Roberson, Executive Director of Tri- County Behavioral Healthcare. “ Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we have seen a rapidly growing demand for all of our services and it was important to the board of Trustees that we increase our ability to respond to these needs in the Cleveland area.”

The new facility will also feature spaces that will be used to host meetings with area stakeholders. Other services the facility provides include Intellectual and Developmental Disability Individualized Skills, and Socialization programming and services to veterans.

For more information on Tri- County, visit tcbhc. org