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News, Events & Training

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Watch our Announcement & News, News Release and Events page to keep up-to-date on community events and important Trillium news.

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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

 Go to to view the trainings.

Upcoming Events

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

Nov 2, 2020

Child Community Collaborative - Onslow County


For more information contact

Karen Reaves
System of Care Coordinator

Nov 2, 2020

Get the SCOOP on Physical Activity

The SCOOP on Managing Stress

S - Stay connected to family and friends. Social connections build resiliency.
C - Compassion for yourself and others. Self-compassion decreases trauma symptoms and stress.
O - Observe your use of substances. Early intervention can prevent problems.
O - Ok to ask for help. Struggling is normal. Asking for help is empowering.
P - Physical activity to improve your mood. Exercise boosts mood and lowers anxiety.

Nov 4, 2020

2020 Substance Use Services Conference

Live Webinar

As we navigate the new world of virtual learning and telehealth, this annual conference will provide outstanding sessions to professionals working with clients with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. 

  • Details and to register HERE

If you need help with online registration or other technical issues, please call our help desk at 252-744-5210 or email


Nov 4, 2020

Adult Mental Health First Aid


Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a public education program that helps participants identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

Contact Wylanda Jones at for more information or register HERE.