Recovery, Coaching and Mentoring

 

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  1. Wellness Cities are locations where individuals can participate in structured recovery curriculum or engage in a recovery community by spending time at the Wellness City
  2. The Wellness City in Wilmington opened January 18, 2017
  3. Over 135 individuals have participated in classes since the grand opening
  4. Trillium also funds Wellness Cities in New Bern and Greenville
  5. RI International facilitates outreach classes in 21 of 24 counties in the Trillium catchment area,
  6. RI International also provides Peer Support Services, many of whom have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
The Healing Place of Louisville, Kentucky


  1. Trillium works with New Hanover County to replicate the program in Wilmington
  2. The Healing Place is a social model recovery program that was identified as promising practice in the 1990s
  3. The key elements of this model are a low threshold for engagement (individuals may arrive while actively using), peer accountability, and empowerment
  4.  Outcomes show that 66% of participants remain sober one year post completion; this is five times the national average
  5. Trillium currently contracts with Healing Transitions in Raleigh to provide access to this model while the replication project is underway. In the fiscal year 2017, approximately 202 individuals will be referred for a cost of $382,095.
  1. Oxford House is a self-run, self-governed, sober living environment for individuals in need of additional support in recovery.
  2. Trillium developed the 2020 Vision for Recovery in partnership with the Oxford House to open 20 new houses by the year 2020.
  3. To date the Trillium - Oxford House partnership has created 8 new houses equaling approximately 63 bed
    1. Three in New Bern: 1 male and 2 female
    2. Two in Jacksonville: 1 male and 1 female
    3. One in Kill Devil Hills: female
    4. One in Greenville: Women with children
    5. One in Wilmington: Women with children
  4. POPS (Prevention Opportunities Providing Support) Program helps to prevent relapse through providing housing opportunities in a recovery centered environment. The funding covers up to 90 days in an Oxford House, which cannot be paid for with other state or Medicaid funds. During those 90 days the individual will have opportunities to seek employment, find community resources, and engage in a recovery program of his or her choosing. During SFY 17, Trillium has supported 136 individuals for a total of $87,547.40.

Trillium has implemented evidence-based, electronic assessment tools in our provider network.

  1. These assessment tools are the Behavioral Health Index-Multimedia Version (BHI-MV) for adults and the Comprehensive Health Assessment for Teens (CHAT) for children ages 13-18.
  2. These assessment tools address all domains of health including Mental Health, Substance Use, Physical Health and social determinants.
  3. The assessment is self-administered and has demonstrated higher levels of self-disclosure from participants than a traditional clinical interview.
  4. Since implementation in January of 2017, 378 BHIs/CHATs have been administered.
  5. Through the use of these tools, Trillium will be able to monitor trends in the network and with the population that we support. 

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