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Thurston Mason Regional Support Network (TMRSN) is conducting a community-wide survey on the publically funded mental health system in Thurston and Mason Counties. It is very important that we have input from our community. Although you may not be a direct consumer or provider of mental health services, there are many changes occurring at the state level that will affect the whole community. This is an opportunity for you to help shape the future of our mental health system, so please take a few moments to let us know your thoughts and opinions about the publically funded mental health system.

The link below will direct you to our survey about mental health services within our community. We know that your time is valuable, and we appreciate your thoughtfulness in helping us plan for mental health services within our community. The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete.

Community Mental Health Survey

Thurston Mason Regional Support Network

Thurston Mason RSN is a county program responsible for the administration of publicly-funded mental health services for Thurston and Mason Counties. TMRSN contracts for outpatient, crisis, residential, and inpatient services through licensed mental health agencies called "Providers".

The primary focus of these publicly-funded services is to serve Title 19 (TXIX) Medicaid eligible adults who have chronic and persistent mental illness, and children/youth with severe emotional disturbances. Individuals without Medicaid may receive acute care and crisis services based on the availability of funding, which is monitored by the Thurston Mason RSN. The services provided are a vital part of maintaining the communities overall health, safety, and quality of life.

Mission Statement

Thurston Mason Regional Support Network is dedicated to providing mental health services to persons with severe and persistent mental illness to promote quality tenure in our community.

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This page last updated: 04/08/14