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Resources & Links


The following links are to external healthcare resources. They are for informational purposes only. Trillium is not endorsing any product or service related to this information. We welcome suggestions for websites that may be helpful to others and will post all appropriate content. 

Help when you need it most. You can go to NC211.0rg or dial 2-1-1 to connect with a network of over 18,000 resources right here in North Carolina . Our call center experts and website can assist you with:

  • Employment Assistance
  • Food Pantries
  • Homeless Shelters
  • And more
  • Mental Health Channel - It’s a channel like you’d see on cable, but on the web—created to raise awareness and help every viewer realize the benefits of improved mental health.
  • Psych Central: Mental Health & Psychology Resources Online - The site includes a comprehensive listing of information about conditions and medications, as well as blogs, news and research.
  • No MORE  -  is a movement to raise public awareness and engage bystanders around ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • North Carolina - Suicide Prevention Plan - To empower North Carolinians with knowledge and examples of actions they can take to prevent suicide.
  • Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training - Stewards of Children uses real people and real stories to show you how to protect children. Our programs raise awareness of the prevalence and consequences of child sexual abuse by educating adults about the steps they can take to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to the reality of child sexual abuse.
  • ADHD Resources English & Spanish - Download the useful resources below, vetted by national experts, and spread them widely in your place of work, community, and schools!
  • Happify  - Happify's activities and games are based on a decade's worth of cutting-edge research by psychologists and neuroscientists from leading academic institutions around the world. 
  • Bring Change to Mind - Is non-profit organization working together to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness through widely distributed public education materials and programs based on the latest scientific insights and measured for effectiveness.
  • Get Smart About Drugs – From the U.S. Department of Justice’s Drug Enforcement Administration this website has resources for parents, educators, and caregivers to learn about drug use trends and statistics, how to identify drug paraphernalia, and how to talk to youth they suspect may be using drugs.
  • Cerebral Palsy Guide - Is a small group of professionals with a desire to educate and help people with cerebral palsy.
  • Cerebral Palsy Guidance - was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance.
  • Expertise -  A guide for seniors, veterans and people with disabilities to help make federal grants for remodeling homes for accessibility easier to understand and access.
  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network’s (NCSTN) - The National Child Traumatic Stress Network was established to improve access to care, treatment, and services for traumatized children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events.
  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network Public Services Announcement
  • Global Medical Education (GME) - Information graphics or “infographics” are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly.
  • Mental Health Gov - provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information. aims to educate and guide; the general public, Health and emergency preparedness professionals, Policy makers, Government and business leaders, School systems, Local communities.
  • Salud Mental Gov - Proporciona acceso a información del gobierno de EE.UU. sobre salud mental y problemas de salud mental. El objetivo de es educar y brindar orientación al público en general, profesionales de la salud y con preparación para emergencias, encargados de formular políticas, líderes empresariales y del gobierno, sistemas escolares, comunidades locales.
  • Psych Central: Mental Health & Psychology Resources Online - The site includes a comprehensive listing of information about conditions and medications, as well as blogs, news and research.
  • Mental Health Screening Tools - Mental Health America is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental and substance use conditions and achieving victory over mental illnesses and addictions through advocacy, education, research and service.
  • National Dialogue on Mental Health -  is an important part of the National Dialogue on Mental Health. It will give Americans a chance to learn more about mental health issues - from each other and from research.
  • Find a Medicaid Doctor or Dentist - There are several ways to find a Medicaid doctor, dentist, or other medical provider. Before you make an appointment, be sure to ask if the provider still takes Medicaid patients.
  • Your Life Matters - Is an initiative of the Faith Communities Task Force of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. All the information and resources necessary to launch Your Life Matters! In your faith community are available on this website.
  • Nar-Anon Family Support Group - Nar-Anon Family Group members are relatives and friends who are concerned about the addiction or drug problem of another.  
  • National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) - Resources & Webinars on Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders
  • Addiction Resources - Addiction Resource was founded in 2005 to provide a community for those recovering from addiction and to help patients find the highest quality care for a successful recovery. Our goal is to provide resources to help patients and their loved ones so that they may stay on the road to recovery, and can successfully overcome addiction for life. 
  • Talk It Out | Start The Conversation - We can’t turn a blind eye to the costs of underage drinking in North Carolina. Not just the dollars and cents, but the lives lost to drunk driving, the crimes committed under the influence, the hundreds of teen pregnancies that result – the physical, social and emotional damage that can weigh down tweens and teens for the rest of their lives. 
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (Brochures and Fact Sheets) - This section contains easy-to-read material for the public covering a wide range of alcohol-related topics. Spanish language versions of these publications are also provided at Publicaciones en Español.
  • SAMHSA Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) - Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are a group of conditions that can occur in a person whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. These effects can include physical problems and problems with behavior and learning. Often, a person with an FASD has a mix of these problems.
  • Addiction & Recovery - The Definitive Expert Resource Guide For You, Your Family, or Your Patients; Written by Dr. Dina Macaluso, Psy.D, L.M.H.C., Alan Boyd, & Sharon Therien
  • Alcohol Rehab Guide - Alcohol Rehab Guide (ARG)  is an organization that offers in-depth, reliable information on all aspects of alcohol addiction.
  • RehabCenter - is committed to helping people recover from addiction by finding treatment that works. Our free, national helpline provides confidential referrals to respected rehabilitation centers 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • The Big Book - The Big Book is a thorough and comprehensive resource designed to give people from all walks of life the information, encouragement, and resources they need to effectively deal with their drinking addiction.
  • - our mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.
  • Addiction Treatment - was founded by recovering addicts and health professionals to provide the most up-to-date information on various addictions and reviews of top treatment centers across the country.
  • Pro Talk - The Pro Community is an exclusive online discussion platform where addiction treatment professionals can connect to exchange ideas and engage in lively discussion about treatment approaches, prevention, recovery, policy, and more.
  • Parents Guide to Getting Good Care - This guide will take you through the steps to finding the best professional (or team) for your child, and the most appropriate treament. 
  • Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina - the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for people at risk of hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina for more than 35 years.
  • Parents symptom checker  by Child Mind Institute - This tool will lead you step-by-step to information on disorders that you might want to learn more about.  This tool is designed to screen for many possibilities and guide you toward next steps. It is NOT a substitute for a diagnostic evaluation by a trained mental health professional.
  • TEDI Bear - TEDI BEAR Children's Advocacy Center serves children up to eighteen years old who are alleged victims of abuse and/or neglect. The center provides a child-friendly environment to help heal the trauma that typically accompanies abuse or neglect.
  • Birth Injury Guide -  is a birth injury advocacy group based out of Houston, TX. Their staff includes professional writers and researchers, birth injury experts, and medical professionals, all working together to produce the most comprehensive birth injury information source possible.
  • Continuing Care: A Parent’s Guide to Your Teen’s Recovery From Substance Abuse - This interactive website offers insights on how parents can set realistic expectations for their child’s recovery, including how to help them adapt to their new environment in sobriety, how to avoid the people, places and things that can trigger relapse and what to do if relapse occurs.
  • VAntage Point Blogs – News, and online resources published by the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Make the Connection - Connecting Veterans and their friends and family members with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.
  • DOA Veterans Affairs  - State-wide Guide for Veterans.
  • NC4VETS - Resources Guide.
  • VA Mental Health - Authoritative mental health information and resources for Veterans and their families.
  • A Different Kind of Courage - is a video and curriculum developed to show service members, veterans, and their families the benefits of mental health treatments.
  • The Division of Services for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (DSDHH) provides not only direct services to individuals with hearing loss and the agencies and businesses that serve them but also the resources and linkages to programs and services all across North Carolina.
    • Your Rights - Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf-Blind individuals have certain basic rights. All public and private agencies must provide reasonable accommodations for these individuals when requested, as stated in the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Beginnings - for Parents of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing is a non-profit that helps parents and families understand hearing loss, and the diverse needs of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. 
  • Disability Rights North Carolina -  is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Raleigh. Its team of attorneys, advocates, paralegals and support staff provide advocacy and legal services at no charge for people with disabilities across North Carolina. As the state’s federally mandated protection and advocacy system, Disability Rights North Carolina is charged with protecting the rights of children and adults with disabilities living in North Carolina.
  • Division of Mental Health Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (MH/DD/SAS) is responsible for implementing public mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services. You'll  find information on a variety of sub-topics such as Child and Family Mental Health, Crisis Services, Traumatic Brain Injury, etc.
  • Fact Sheets -  read about variety topics, such as Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation; Involuntary Commitment, Personal Care Services, Peer Support Services, etc.
  • National Core Indicators™ (NCI) - NCI™ is a voluntary effort by public developmental disabilities agencies to measure and track their own performance.