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Urgent Message:
Nash County residents:
Effective date has been moved to July 1, 2017. See more details here
Urgent Message:
Nash County residents:
Effective date has been moved to July 1, 2017. See more details here

Transforming Lives

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Transforming Lives Award

The Transforming Lives Awards are an opportunity for us to recognize individuals and agencies for specific, extraordinary service.
NOMINATIONS DUE JUNE 1, 2017

The Charles Lea Center

Trillium has partnered with The Charles Lea Center to bring innovative technology and support services allowing individuals to live in the home of their choice, regardless of current living situation.

New Request Opportunities

New RFPs:
• Child & Adolescent Day Treatment
• Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment
• Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program

Trillium Newsletters
•  Stakeholders     •  Providers    •  Geriatric / Adult Specialty Team (GAST)  •  Crisis Intervention Training (CIT)


Nash County Realignment Statement | Contingency Plan

 In November of 2016, Nash County unanimously voted to leave Eastpointe and align with Trillium Health Resources. Under N.C. General Statue 122C-115(a3)—under which any county has the sovereign right to align with the MCO of its choice - former NC DHHS Secretary Brajer approved the realignment request from the Nash County board, and set the realignment date for April 1, 2017.

In order for Trillium to officially begin providing services, a contract must be finalized between the State of North Carolina and Trillium, in addition to the State and Eastpointe. As of March 15, the contracts have yet to be signed.

Due to this delay, Trillium is unable to begin providing services until the contract is formally completed by all parties. Trillium is poised to begin providing services immediately upon completion of the contract and the new effective date provided by the State is July 1, 2017.

Trillium continues to look forward to serving the residents of Nash County.

See our informational webpage HERE


 

Upcoming Events

Check out the things going on in the counties we serve and more.

View the full list of upcoming events

Apr 29, 2017

7th Coastal NC Run/Walk for Autism

Join runners and walkers at the annual Run/Walk for Autism! 

Apr 29, 2017

9th Annual Eastern Run/Walk For Autism

Join runners and walkers at the annual Run/Walk for Autism! 

May 1, 2017

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) - Law Enforcement Officers (LEO)

CIT is a 40-hour training designed to assist law enforcement officers who respond to incidents involving individuals with a mental health or substance use crisis and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities..

May 1, 2017

Public Input Sought on Medicaid Reform

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is seeking additional public input on the transformation of the Medicaid and NC Health Choice programs (also known as “Medicaid reform”). 

May 2, 2017

Crisis Intervention Team - Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

CIT is a 40-hour training designed to assist law enforcement officers who respond to incidents involving individuals with a mental health or substance use crisis and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities..

May 3, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Onslow County

Child Community Collaborative - Onslow County meetings are held the first Tuesday monthly at 8:45 am

May 3, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Currituck County

Child Community Collaborative - Currituck County meetings are held the First Wednesday monthly at 9:00 am

May 3, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Hertford County

Hertford County Community Collaborative meetings are held on the First Wednesday of each month from 2:00 - 3:30 pm

May 4, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Hyde County

Child Community Collaborative - Hyde County meetings are held the first Thursday every other month at 1:00 pm. 

May 5, 2017

Older American's Day Celebration!

Older American's Day Celebration!

May 8, 2017

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) - Law Enforcement Officers (LEO)

CIT is a 40-hour training designed to assist law enforcement officers who respond to incidents involving individuals with a mental health or substance use crisis and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities..

May 9, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Dare County

Child Community Collaborative - Dare County meetings are held the second Tuesday monthly at 1:30 pm

May 9, 2017

Listening Session — LME-MCOs and Providers of Substance Use Disorder Services

The purpose is to assist DMA and DMH in reviewing and revising North Carolina's substance use disorder treatment continuum.

May 9, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Bertie County

Child Community Collaborative - Bertie County meetings are held the second Tuesday monthly at 3:00 p.m.

May 10, 2017

2017 Mental Health America's Annual Conference: Mind Matters; A mental Health Conference

This year's event will provide community providers, clinicians, and community members resources to ensure quality care for those who suffer from mental health and substance use disorders.

May 10, 2017

Child Community Collaborative - Gates County

Child Community Collaborative - Gates County meetings are held the second Wednesday monthly at 2:00 p.m.