Trillium has been addressing unmet health-related resource needs in our communities for years. We take a person-centered, whole health, community-based approach to health and well-being, coordinating care across multiple systems to achieve improved health outcomes. Where a person physically and socially lives, learns, works, and plays all have a tremendous impact on their health. We focus on housing, food, transportation, interpersonal violence/toxic stress, and more through our work with other community-based organizations across Eastern North Carolina.
Just as building a strong house requires a variety of materials, building well-being requires community resources, social relationships, and opportunities to thrive. Well-being needs a sturdy foundation at the start to prevent problems later and keep it standing through all kinds of weather.
Trillium’s Neighborhood Connections department has relationships and partnerships with various community-based organizations across Eastern North Carolina. These relationships are created and maintained to help our members with housing, food and income supports, transportation, interpersonal violence/toxic stress, employment, education, community, and social integration, and other social support services.
The Trillium Neighborhood Connections Department supports our member’s unmet health-related resource needs.
Neighborhood Connections Team
This Department will cover the northern, central, and southern Regions of Trillium.
Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)
SDoH are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play (that) affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.
Our staff live and work within the northern, central, and southern regions of Trillium.
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