Tailored Plans will start October 1, 2023
NC Medicaid changed the start date for Tailored Plans to October 1, 2023. Until October 1, 2023, you will keep getting services the way you do now. 

Information and processes on this page will be changing in the weeks to come. 
Learn about Tailored Plan here

Great news! NC Health Choice will automatically move to NC Medicaid on April 1, 2023. Some benefits will be better; the rest will stay the same. Look for your new Medicaid ID card in March. Questions? Go to NC Health Choice Move to Medicaid or call Member & Recipient Services at 1-877-685-2415.


Military & Veterans

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North Carolina has a large number of military who live in our state. This includes each branch of the military: Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. An additional 45,000 soldiers, marines, and airmen and women live in North Carolina and serve in the National Guard or Reserves.

North Carolina has even more veterans (retired service members). More than 52,000 school age children of active members, National Guard and Reserves live in North Carolina.*

Trillium has a point of contact for our military and has trained staff to provide information to veterans and their families. Since that time, annual reports have provided updates about the services and resources available for the military. To learn more, click on Honoring Their Service - Report on Military Behavioral Health in NC.

Trillium Veterans Point of Contact

Arleshia Person

Other Veteran Services Contacts

Veterans Administration 800-827-1000 Caregiver Support Line 855-260-3274
Wounded Warrior Project 877-832-6997 NC Division of Veteran Affairs  844-624-8387
Veteran Crisis Hotline 800-273-8255 Homeless Veteran 877-424-3838

Resources & Links

More Information

  • Veterans Health Administration – The Veteran’s Health Initiative on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a 177-page comprehensive independent study course that focuses on military-related brain injuries. The course answers many questions frequently asked by veterans and their families in regards to TBI and symptoms. The course is available as a free download. Follow the links to the TBI study guide Veterans Health Initiative – Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is an advocacy and assistance group created to help men and women who have been disabled while fighting for our country. To learn more about what the DAV does, click on Disabled American Veterans.


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