According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), social determinants of health (or SDoH) are "Conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play [that] affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes." Our Trillium Advantage program details value-added services, the different ways we can help address these social determinants of health for members.
Trillium Advantage covers services and settings not currently available to members in NC Medicaid. These options are better suited to meet the individual needs of our members that may not be covered by typical behavioral health or I/DD services. We will offer value-added services to help address unmet health-related resource needs.
Valued Added Services
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Trillium understand the challenges that members and providers have experienced as a result of COVID-19. We developed our “Stay Connected” program to assist members by providing access to a prepaid cell phone with unlimited data, text, and talk for one year. Having access to reliable communication is critical at this time to access services through telehealth, arrange transportation, and to decrease social isolation.
To be eligible for Stay Connected, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Be a Trillium member.
- Have limited or no access to their own cellular device.
We know that now, more than ever, we all need to Stay Connected.
Trillium believes everyone has the right to choose where they want to live, including people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. To assist adults and children who have such disabilities, the Choose Independence program offers opportunities to eligible individuals and families to:
- purchase equipment, supplies, and services that strengthen independence
- decrease the need for 24-hour/day supervision
- increase long term success in living as independently as possible
- provide training for proper use of items and technology
More information in our Choose Independece.
Employment and financial security are an important social determinants of health. Just as building a strong house requires a variety of materials, building well-being requires community resources, social relationships, and opportunities to thrive. In an effort to assist our members’ financial stability, Trillium is offering financial assistance for members interested in starting a new small business or sustaining their current one.
Visit the Small Business Funding Project page for eligibility requirements, funding guidelines, and additional information.
Trillium is partnering with Victory Junction, an inclusive camp located on 84 acres in Randleman, North Carolina, to offer separate family weekends for Trillium members.
Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun, and empowering, at no cost to children or their families.
More information on our Victory Junction. page.
This campaign in partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services encourages physical activity, no matter the type. Ultimately, Trillium’s goal is to increase inclusive community options for exercise to the members we support and to do so safely during the pandemic.
More information on our Move Your Way Victory Junction. page.
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