The Trillium Community Crisis and Disaster Response team helps communities prepare for natural disasters, public health emergencies, or behavioral health crises.
Trillium will provide disaster or emergency-related care coordination for high-risk members who are obtaining care management (e.g., high-risk pregnant women, dialysis patients, medically frail, hemophiliacs, long-term care population, individuals receiving Medication Assisted Treatment) before, during, and after states of emergencies.
In the event of an emergency event or disaster declaration, Trillium will make sure members can fill an emergency supply of medications. Certain members will also be able to get the maximum extended day supply of their prescriptions. Your care manager will share more information with you about this.
In an emergency, you can call our Behavioral Health Crisis Line at 1-888-302-0738 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Trained, licensed clinicians are available at all times to talk with you.
For information on our Roadmap2Ready campaign, including details on preparing for hurricane season, please visit our page Roadmap to Ready.
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