Trillium Health Resources

Trillium Health Resources Trillium helps people connect with services for mental health, substance use and intellectual/developmental disabilities throughout eastern NC.
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Trillium Health Resources manages specialty behavioral health care for eastern North Carolinians across 26 counties. Trillium is committed to transforming lives and building community well-being through partnership, access to services and proven solutions designed to help those we serve reach their fullest potential. We help eastern North Carolinians—those with mental health conditions, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use disorders—get the services they need to improve well-being and live fulfilling lives. We are dedicated to carrying out our mission by investing in the health and well-being of the communities we serve and empowering individuals with access to services, tools and resources to live a fulfilling life. We are consistently adapting, innovating and strengthening our approach to caring for those we serve. Trillium does not deliver services directly, but contracts with a network of providers throughout the community to ensure that care is accessible, and of the highest quality. 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line. 7 days a week by calling 1-877-685-2415. Administrative calls are answered from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1-866-998-2597. Trillium Health Resources reserves the right to hide material (comments, images and/or links to other sites) that contains anything vulgar or sexually explicit; is spam; advocates or depicts illegal activity; targets or disparages any ethnic, racial, other type of group; contains personal attacks of any kind; promotes private business ventures, services, or products; campaigns for public office or promotes a political organization; infringes on copyrights or trademarks; or is off topic.

Mission: Transforming lives and building community well-being through partnership and proven solutions. Please keep in mind that any formal complaints or grievances should be made by calling our 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis line at 1-877-685-2415.

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Heritage is the thread that connects those with their history. The Meherrin tribe of Hertford, Gates, North Hampton, and...
11/18/2020
Meherrin Past and Present

Heritage is the thread that connects those with their history. The Meherrin tribe of Hertford, Gates, North Hampton, and Bertie counties recognize and keep alive the work and traditions of their ancestors to current and future generations.
While an independent tribal entity and one of eight state-recognized tribes, the Meherrin are culturally similar to the Iroquois. Together, tribe members are revitalizing their language, Iroquois ceremonies, dances, and reinstating the Great Abiding Law of Peace. #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
Learn more about the Meherrin tribe from Tribe Chairman and Acting Chief Jon Caudill at the video below. http://ow.ly/R6Sy50CiSKe]

A brief history of the Meherrin Indian Tribe. Narrated by Council Chairman, Jon Caudill - Meherrin Filmed and Composed by: Linwood Hall - Meherrin

Last week, we shared troubling health outcomes facing American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Unfortunately, these are jus...
11/16/2020

Last week, we shared troubling health outcomes facing American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Unfortunately, these are just some of the realities facing Native families and communities.
The federal government created the Indian Health Service (IHS) in 1955 to better address healthcare access for Native tribes and communities. With limited allocated funds, IHS has struggled to meet the full scope of Native Americans’ health needs since its beginning. Despite gains in some health outcomes over the years, Native Americans still face discrimination, a complicated health system, and limited healthcare access and services.
Learn more about efforts in NC to bridge these barriers at NCAIHB.org. #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth

Joint DMHDDSAS and DHB (NC Medicaid) COVID-19 Update CallFor BH/IDD Consumers, Family Members and Community Stakeholders...
11/15/2020

Joint DMHDDSAS and DHB (NC Medicaid) COVID-19 Update Call
For BH/IDD Consumers, Family Members and Community Stakeholders
Monday—November 16, 2020 2:00 pm
This call is for consumers, family members, and community stakeholders ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE NEW PROCESS
Please register for COVID-19 Consumer and Community Stakeholders Call - on Nov 16, 2020 2:00 PM EST at: http://ow.ly/nUbP50Ck7aw
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
For Closed Captioning see link below:
At the start time of the event, please login to your event by clicking on the link below:
http://ow.ly/mv1t50Ck7av...

Our Community Crisis and Disaster Response team works within each of our counties to ensure communities are prepared in ...
11/14/2020

Our Community Crisis and Disaster Response team works within each of our counties to ensure communities are prepared in the event of natural disasters, public health situations, or behavioral health crises. Our new Roadmap2Ready campaign helps share the steps and tools needed to prepare for hurricane season. Have you built your kit yet? Visit our new webpage for more information. http://ow.ly/VSKN30qVEYF

Dr. Paul Garcia, Medical Director of Utilization Management with Trillium, recently received the Certification in Health...
11/13/2020

Dr. Paul Garcia, Medical Director of Utilization Management with Trillium, recently received the Certification in Health Care Quality and Management (CHCQM) by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. He joins our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Michael Smith, in this certification. Currently only three psychiatrists in North Carolina have the CHCQM, according to the website as of the date of release.
Professionals who have achieved CHCQM are deeply committed to patient safety, health care quality, and effective care. Those with CHCQM demonstrate their superior ability to critically evaluate industry literature, identify evidence-based best practices, and make recommendations that balance appropriateness of health care services with cost and quality. https://www.abqaurp.org/

Trillium Health Resources is seeking a dedicated Training Coordinator to join our Contracts & Training team. The Trainin...
11/13/2020

Trillium Health Resources is seeking a dedicated Training Coordinator to join our Contracts & Training team. The Training Unit coordinates provider, staff member, and community training by collaborating with Trillium committees, including the Clinical Advisory Committees, Provider Network Council, Provider Network, and staff. The Training Unit is also responsible for coordinating and conducting Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid courses throughout our catchment area. Join our team as we empower others to live their best lives by providing access to quality healthcare. Please apply here http://ow.ly/MVfi30rjUWH

Trillium Health Resources is recruiting for a Transitions of Care Director to oversee our Transitions of Care Team. This...
11/13/2020

Trillium Health Resources is recruiting for a Transitions of Care Director to oversee our Transitions of Care Team. This positions works cross departmentally to ensure members in need of a warm handoff (change in care) have a coordinated, effective transition to ensure continuity of care. The Transitions of Care oversees the day-to-day operation of the Transitions of Care Department. Working at Trillium Health Resources is more than just a job; it is an opportunity to make a direct impact on the communities we serve.
Apply here http://ow.ly/UnPn30rjUBK

11/12/2020
Governor's Institute

Governor's Institute

State leaders from the NC Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (DMHDDSAS) are partnering with UNC-TV and the Governor’s Institute to host several virtual town hall meetings during October and November to listen to the concerns and experiences of consumers, family members and advocates of the state’s MH/DD/SAS services and system. The town halls will feature remarks and presentations from Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health & IDD Kody Kinsley, DMHDDSAS Director Victor Armstrong, and the CEO for the Local Management Entity/Managed Care Organization for each area’s town hall.

11/12/2020

Counting your blessings on #ThankfulThursdays is great, but being #grateful every day will change your life. 💖 Join us for Part II of taking care of yourself and the benefits of gratitude during COVID-19. Check out Trillium’s My Learning Campus where Neighborhood Connections is providing short workshops on health and wellness. Please visit My Learning Campus at www.mylearningcampus.org.

11/12/2020
Governor's Institute

Reminder that NC Department of Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with Trillium Health Resources HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETING With Deputy Secretary Kody Kinsley & Director of DMHDDSAS Victor Armstrong TONIGHT at 6pm on https://www.facebook.com/GovInst.

State leaders from the NC Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (DMHDDSAS) are partnering with UNC-TV and the Governor’s Institute to host several virtual town hall meetings during October and November to listen to the concerns and experiences of consumers, family members and advocates of the state’s MH/DD/SAS services and system. The town halls will feature remarks and presentations from Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health & IDD Kody Kinsley, DMHDDSAS Director Victor Armstrong, and the CEO for the Local Management Entity/Managed Care Organization for each area’s town hall.

On this Veterans Day we are honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans. We are proud to serve, those who serve, ...
11/11/2020

On this Veterans Day we are honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans. We are proud to serve, those who serve, today and every day. Our offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day. Our 24-Hour Access to Care line is available at 1-877-685-2415.
#ThankYouForYourService #GratefulNation #USA #VeteransDay

Here at Trillium, we are passionate about employment opportunities for people with disabilities in our communities. We a...
11/10/2020

Here at Trillium, we are passionate about employment opportunities for people with disabilities in our communities. We are currently offering small business funds up to $5,000 to members who own their own business or are interested in starting their own business. Discover more information and apply today at http://ow.ly/pJ1b50BGLuo!

This past October, 14 states and more than 130 cities, towns, and counties across the country recognized Indigenous Peop...
11/09/2020

This past October, 14 states and more than 130 cities, towns, and counties across the country recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day. This celebration and remembrance of Native culture stands to recognize a history of violence and suppression that began in 1492 as well as the enduring heritage and traditions of today’s tribes and Native people. At one time, there were more than 300 indigenous languages spoken in the United States. There are approximately 175 spoken languages remaining today. Without restoration efforts, there will be at most 20 Native languages spoken in 2050.
Though this year’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day has come and gone, this #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth we honor our Native American neighbors and share their history so we may fully celebrate this day for generations to come.

NC Department of Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Ser...
11/07/2020

NC Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with Trillium Health Resources HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETING With Deputy Secretary Kody Kinsley & Director of DMHDDSAS Victor Armstrong on November 12, 2020 at 6pm. You can find more information and submit questions prior to the meetings on the DHHS website. http://ow.ly/HnlT50C5eAy

Are you interested in joining a department where you will be on the cutting edge of using data to drive improvements in ...
11/07/2020

Are you interested in joining a department where you will be on the cutting edge of using data to drive improvements in healthcare delivery?

We are hiring a Regional Practice Management Consultant to work directly with the Head of Practice Management. This consultant assists in the development and growth of our Provider Network and with the recruitment and retention of high-performing providers. The Regional Practice Management Consultant works directly with our network of providers to lead performance improvement projects. Don’t just find a job, find your WHY at a purpose-driven organization! Apply here: http://ow.ly/Nb3930riSfc

Dennis Williams, southern regional director with Trillium Health Resources, presents Naloxone kits to the Carteret Count...
11/06/2020

Dennis Williams, southern regional director with Trillium Health Resources, presents Naloxone kits to the Carteret County Sherriff’s office. Naloxone is a drug that helps reverse an opioid overdose and is one of the tools used in the fight against the opioid epidemic. Trillium has allocated over $45,000 in our budget to provide these kits around our communities.

Congratulations to the Officers on graduating from our CIT training. These 16 officers received 40-hour of mental health...
11/06/2020

Congratulations to the Officers on graduating from our CIT training. These 16 officers received 40-hour of mental health education as well as de-escalation techniques for supporting an individual in crisis. Thank you to Cape Fear Community College for hosting the training and allowing us to use your facilities. For more information on CIT Training call 1-866-998-2597

There were 5 agencies present with a total of 16 students. The agencies represented were: Uncw Police Station (2), Wilmington, NC Police Department(4), Surf City Police Department (2), Wallace Police Department (2) and New Hanover County Sheriff's Office(6).

Why Mental Health First Aid? #MentalHealthFirstAid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of menta...
11/06/2020

Why Mental Health First Aid?
#MentalHealthFirstAid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. These trainings will give you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to appropriate care.

November Adult MHFA Community Virtual Trainings
Register Here https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/a25f56b49d50461c9e59866f17bffd05
December Adult MHFA Community Virtual Trainings
https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/05e59e41b04345a8a60c47557753e3df
November Youth MHFA Community Virtual Trainings
https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/58f264a06543423d95fd8f626535ef28
December Youth MHFA Virtual Community Trainings
https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/e673ad58012346c888af14931e7e8625
Contact Wylanda Jones at [email protected] for more information .

11/05/2020

Counting your blessings on #ThankfulThursdays is great, but being #grateful every day will change your life. 💖 Taking care of yourself is very important especially during COVID-19. C
Join Trillium’s My Learning Campus where Neighborhood Connections is providing short workshops on health and wellness. Please visit My Learning Campus at www.mylearningcampus.org.

We are seeking four Transitions of Care Engagement Specialist to join our Transitions of Care Team. This position will a...
11/05/2020

We are seeking four Transitions of Care Engagement Specialist to join our Transitions of Care Team. This position will assist members with transitioning between health plans. The Transitions of Care Engagement Specialist will also assist, as needed, with direct outreach through face to face interaction to members in the community who are challenging to engage by phone. Working at Trillium Health Resources is more than just a job; it is an opportunity to make a direct impact on the communities we serve.
Please apply here http://ow.ly/B8nk30rhC2L

Are you behind on rent or utilities due to COVID-19?  The new NC HOPE Program provides rent and utility payments for qua...
11/04/2020
Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program - NC211

Are you behind on rent or utilities due to COVID-19? The new NC HOPE Program provides rent and utility payments for qualifying low- and moderate-income renters. APPLY ONLINE NOW: nc211.org/hope.

(Ver en español| View in Spanish) The Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program is a new statewide initiative...

Congratulations to Oxford House on another opening in Washington, NC! Thanks to Oxford Houses of North Carolina House, s...
11/03/2020

Congratulations to Oxford House on another opening in Washington, NC! Thanks to Oxford Houses of North Carolina House, six more men will have the opportunity to advance in their recovery while having access to a stable living environment.
Keith Gibson, project manager with Oxford Houses of North Carolina House, shares, “We realize during this difficult time, when thing have not fully opened up, people need resources now more than ever to be successful in their personal recovery.”
Learn more at https://oxfordhousecw.com/

Congratulations to the Officers on graduating from our CIT training. These 13 officers received 40-hour of mental health...
11/03/2020

Congratulations to the Officers on graduating from our CIT training. These 13 officers received 40-hour of mental health education as well as de-escalation techniques for supporting an individual in crisis. Thank you to Cape Fear Community College in Castle Hayne NC for hosting the training and allowing us to use your facilities. For more information on CIT Training call 1-866-998-2597

13 students: 1 UNCW Police Department, 2 Leland NC Police Department,1 Wallace Police Department, 2 Wilmington, NC Police Department, 1 Burgaw Police and 6 from New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.

This #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth, it is vital to lift up the stories, traditions, and individuals whose ancestors calle...
11/02/2020

This #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth, it is vital to lift up the stories, traditions, and individuals whose ancestors called this land home as the first Americans. Yet in this celebration, it’s equally important to lift up a past and present history of marginalization and discrimination.
Native Americans face numerous barriers in pursuit of well-rounded health. In both physical and mental health, our tribal and native communities face considerable outcomes below the general population. This month, we’ll examine those disparities, the barriers that cause them, and how we might build a healthier future for our Native neighbors in our community, state, and nation.

NC Department of Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Ser...
11/02/2020

NC Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with Trillium Health Resources HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETING With Deputy Secretary Kody Kinsley & Director of DMHDDSAS Victor Armstrong on November 12, 2020 at 6pm. You can find more information and submit questions prior to the meetings on the DHHS website. http://ow.ly/sEGN50C5eAx

Happy Halloween from our Trillium family to yours! 🎃
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween from our Trillium family to yours! 🎃

Get the SCOOP! on Physical Activity to Improve Your MoodExercise boosts mood and lowers anxiety. Monday, November 2, 202...
10/30/2020

Get the SCOOP! on Physical Activity to Improve Your Mood
Exercise boosts mood and lowers anxiety. Monday, November 2, 2020 | 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Physical activity is a key component of stress management because of the impact it has on the brain for people of all ages, but it can feel stressful to get started. This virtual training will review the importance of physical activity as part of the #SCOOP4Stress campaign to help build skills for better stress management, provide tools to get you started on your physical activity journey, and the provide an overview of the impact that physical activity has a part of overall wellness. Participants will receive valuable information on how to incorporate physical activity into their daily routines, low-to-no tech ways to track physical activity, and motivation to set physical activity goals as part of an overall wellness and self-care plan.
Panelists include Deputy Director and COO of the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, Karen Burkes, who is also a yoga and meditation instructor with 10 years of experience; Michael D’Amore, AAA/ISMA,
Personal Trainer/Stretch Therapist specializing in weight loss and core strength, weight training, and flexibility with 20 ye ars’ experience; Ellen Fahey, MS Special Olympics N.C. Health Director with 10 years of experience working in community health and health policy.
For this session, participants are invited to do some journaling and self-reflection prior to this event. − Whatisoneareaofphysicalactivityyouwouldliketostartworkingon?
− Reflect on one thing you appreciate about your strong body.
− Howareyounourishingyourbody,mindandspirit?
Register to join: https://tinyurl.com/SCOOP-PhysicalActivity
Get the #SCOOP4Stress with the NC DHHS DMHDDSAS Stress Management Series
Contact the Community Engagement & Empowerment Team at [email protected] for more information.

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Trillium Health Resources manages specialty behavioral health care for eastern North Carolinians across 26 counties. Trillium is committed to transforming lives and building community well-being through partnership, access to services and proven solutions designed to help those we serve reach their fullest potential.

We help eastern North Carolinians—those with mental health conditions, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use disorders—get the services they need to improve well-being and live fulfilling lives. We are dedicated to carrying out our mission by investing in the health and well-being of the communities we serve and empowering individuals with access to services, tools and resources to live a fulfilling life. We are consistently adapting, innovating and strengthening our approach to caring for those we serve. Trillium does not deliver services directly, but contracts with a network of providers throughout the community to ensure that care is accessible, and of the highest quality. 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 1-877-685-2415. Administrative calls are answered from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1-866-998-2597. Trillium Health Resources reserves the right to hide material (comments, images and/or links to other sites) that contains anything vulgar or sexually explicit; is spam; advocates or depicts illegal activity; targets or disparages any ethnic, racial, other type of group; contains personal attacks of any kind; promotes private business ventures, services, or products; campaigns for public office or promotes a political organization; infringes on copyrights or trademarks; or is off topic.

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