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.
The Trillium Neighborhood Connections Department supports our member’s unmet health-related resource needs.
SDoH are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play (that) affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.
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