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We encourage you to support events in your local communities to help raise awareness and increase knowledge about the benefits of services and supports for behavioral health challenges and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

We're happy to post information about events, support groups, and training that are relevant to our mission and the people we serve.  Please send details about events in your community to Info@TrilliumNC.org and we’ll post them if they meet our web content criteria. 


Upcoming Events

Check out what's happening in the counties we serve.

Oct 17, 2018

Zero Barriers Policy Roundtables

We hope you will join NC Rural Center on Zero Barriers Regional Policy Roundtables this fall. These day-long sessions will feature in-depth discussions about each of our three top policy issues.

Oct 17, 2018

Child Community Collaborative - Columbus County

For more information, contact:


David Tart, MS, LPC
Southern Regional Director
David.Tart@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Oct 17, 2018

Child Community Collaborative - Northampton County

For more information, contact:


Hope Eley
System of Care Coordinator
Hope.Eley@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Oct 18, 2018

Child Community Collaborative - Pamlico County

For more information, contact:


Jean Kenefick 
System of Care Coordinator
Jean.Kenefick@TrilliumNC.org 
1.866.998.2597

Oct 20, 2018

2018 Cape Fear Buddy Walk

Imagine The Possibilities!

Help raise awareness and celebrate Down syndrome. Click the links below to learn more about this event or to register.

For additional assistance, please email cfbuddywalk@gmail.com or call 910-742-5204

Oct 22, 2018

Child Community Collaborative - Tyrrell County

For more information, contact:


Chinita Vaughan
System of Care Coordinator
Chinita.Vaughan@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Oct 23, 2018

Child Community Collaborative - Tri-County (Brunswick, New Hanover & Pender)

For more information, contact:


David Tart, MS, LPC
Southern Regional Director
David.Tart@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Oct 24, 2018

Sure Bet One

Provider-Directed Training

SURE BET ONE is a two-day workshop covering topics of problem and pathological gambling, gambling counseling theory and practice, regulations and ethical issues, and financial aspects of remuneration.

QUESTIONS email us at bhrp-support@listserv.unc.edu or call 919-843-6083 

Oct 24, 2018

NC START East Clinical Education Team

Please join the NC START East Team for an interactive discussion designed to improve the capacity of the local community to provide support to individuals with ID/DD and co-occurring mental and behavioral health needs through clinical teaching.

Presented by:
Priscila Norris, MS, MSW, LCSW, START Clinical Director  And
Dr. John Diamond MD, START Medical Director 

Please contact Brittany Scheidell at Brittany.scheidell@rhanet.org with questions and to register.

Oct 25, 2018

38th University of North Carolina TEACCH Autism Program Conference

The 38th University of North Carolina TEACCH Autism Program Conference is specifically designed to educate professionals about transitioning from adolescence to adulthood for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their caregivers.

For more information and register click the links below

Media Inquiries

Please email Info@TrilliumNC.org with your request or to be added to our media distribution list.

View our  “Communications Guide on Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities” for appropriate language and descriptions to use.

 

ECU-Collegiate

ECU Collegiate Recovery Community Fall Schedule

  • Opioid Awareness Week
    October 10 - 12

For more information click HERE or contact us at ECUCRC@ecu.edu

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Psychosis: Can You Spot It?

Free webinars for up to 4 CEUs or Contact Hours

An educational series that addresses the common signs and symptoms of first episode psychosis, as well as the barriers to recognition by health care providers.

  • Module 1:
    Psychosis: Can You Spot It?
  • Module 2:
    "Mind-tricks,” Attenuated-Psychosis, and Full Psychosis: What’s the Difference and Why You Should Care
  • Module 3:
    Why Clinicians Miss Diagnosis and What You Can Do About It
  • Module 4:
    Unmasking Psychosis

Register