Mental Health Commission
Tri-City Mental Health Center was formed in 1960 as a provider of community mental health services to low-income residents of Claremont, La Verne, and Pomona. The Mental Health Commission is a state mandated body comprised of community members and consumers who are committed to the effective and consumer-sensitive delivery of mental health services.
Appointed by the Governing Board, the Tri-City Mental Health Commission consists of members who have a demonstrated interest in the mission and delivery of mental health services (one representative from the Governing Board also serves as a sitting Commission member). Commission duties include but are not limited to the following:
- To review and evaluate area mental health needs, services, facilities, and unique problems
- To advise the Tri-City Governing Board and the Executive Director as to any aspects of Tri City’s mental health program
- To review and approve the agency’s procedures in order to ensure citizen and professional involvement at all stages of the mental health planning process
- To review and make recommendations on applicants for the appointment of the agency’s director of mental health services
To view a current roster of Tri-City Mental Health Commission members, please click here.
An application for membership can be found here.
To view Meeting Agendas and Minutes, please click here.