The Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services is responsible for planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating substance abuse and mental health services for Darke, Miami and Shelby Counties.


1100 Wayne Street, Suite 4000

Troy, Ohio 45373


PHONE:                 (937) 335-7727

(800) 589-2853

FAX:                      (937) 335-8816


SERVICE AREA:    Miami, Darke and Shelby Counties

OFFICE HOURS:    8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

OFFICE DAYS:       Monday through Friday

The Board contracts with the following providers to provide community behavioral health services:

  • Community Housing Inc./Shelby House/Miami House – 937-332-0021
  • Miami County Family & Children First Council       937-335-7727 Ext. 203
  • Hopeline (peer support line)                 937-451-3232 (855-276-HOPE)
  • Miami County Recovery Council                 937-335-4543
  • Recovery & Wellness Centers of Midwest Ohio 937-548-1635
  • Miami County       937-335-0361
  • Darke County Recovery       1-888-567-5256
  • Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio                937-710-4616
  • Tri-County Crisis Hotline & Crisis Response Team 800-351-7347
  • NAMI of Darke, Miami and Shelby Counties 937-335-7727 Ext. 203

Through this network a wide range of substance abuse and mental health services are offered for all age groups.

No one is denied service because of the inability to pay. SafeHaven services are free of charge. This is made possible by federal and state tax dollars and by support from the local Mental Health and Recovery tax levy.

ELIGIBILITY:         Any resident of Miami, Darke or Shelby Coun­ty is eligible to receive services.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED:   Proof of income, insurance, or Medicaid is needed. For people who wish to use the sliding fee scale, a financial evaluation is neces­sary.

RESTRICTIONS:              None

HOW TO USE:                  Call the Tri-County Board at the phone number listed above for information; call any of the Board-funded agencies directly for an appointment.

FEE POLICY:                   Fees for services are on a sliding scale, based on the person’s financial status. MEDICAID and many insurance companies will pay for substance abuse and mental health treatment services.­