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Medicaid Transformation Training Series
Cansler Collaborative Resources

ONLY for Trillium Network Providers

This 6 installment training series will walk you through the key elements of Medicaid Transformation:

  • 101 - Standard & Tailored Plans, Enrollment &  Eligibility, The Enrollment Broker
  • 102 - Care Management
  • 103 - Performance Measures
  • 104 - Whole Person Care for Specific  Populations
  • 105 - Value Based Purchasing
  • 106 - Network Capacity & Competencies

See details HERE or go to our Learning Portal and sign in

Upcoming Events

Check out what's happening in the counties we serve.

Jan 25, 2020

Parent Mentor Training Workshop

Become a Trained Parent Mentor

Parent Mentors are experienced parents/caregivers who have personal experience caring for a child who has special needs.

  • See details and registration HERE

Jan 27, 2020

What’s Up Breakfast Series -Wilmington, NC

What’s Up Breakfast Series
Supporting Families of LGBTQ+ Youth

These breakfasts will provide an interactive primer on LGBTQ+ history, policy, and resources. They are designed to support families and community members to engage with LGBTQ+ youth while improving outcomes and well-being.

See details of this event HERE

Jan 27, 2020

An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Practices

Join NC DMH/DD/SAS and BRACE (Building Resilience and Courage to Excel) of Pitt County for trauma-informed training facilitated by the Center for Child & Family Health (CCFH) faculty, bringing expertise in child traumatic stress, trauma treatment, and system change.

Jan 27, 2020

Child Community Collaborative - Tyrrell County

For more information, contact:

Chinita Vaughan
System of Care Coordinator

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