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We share news stories related to Trillium, our partners, and behavioral health advancements in our area.

 

News  Date
2021
Greenville health provider fears General Assembly budget cuts 09.15.21
Potential  New Local Management Entity/Managed Care Organization: Trillium Health Resources 08.04.21
Bladen County seeks to change managed care provider to Trillium, asks for public input 07.02.21
2020
Bradley Creek Elementary School receives a grant from Trillium Health Resources 09.28.20
Trillium Looking to embed mental healthcare provider with police, social service agencies 09.14.20
Pitt Sheriff Team up with Mental Health Professionals 08.27.20
Greenville Police Department is Expanding its Partnership with Mental Health Experts 08.27.20
Op-Ed: A New Type of Disaster Recovery 06.08.20
CoronaVirus Today - NC Health News 05.11.20
Hotel-4-Health 05.11.20
Trillium Maintains Operations During Coronavirus 03.16.20
Trillium Launches Crisis Respite Program with Integrated Family Services 03.02.20
Health Agency Works to Combat Opioid Crisis Through Narcan Distribution Program 01.30.20
2019
Trillium receives Innovation Award in Technology 12.16.19
Carobell celebrates opening of a new fitness and wellness center 11.02.19
New Bern food truck dishing healthy food and employment skills 10.08.19
New Food Trucks will Have a Special Purpose 10.02.19
Celebrate the Success of Stronger Communities - #CareForNC Day 09.17.19
Sen. Tillis Visits Emerald Isle 09.10.19
Extent of Dorian's Wrath Comes into Focus 09.10.19
Bank, Health Center, Post Office Remain Closed on Ocracoke Post-Dorian 09.09.19
Crisis Center Opens in Onslow County 08.12.19
The Dix Crisis Intervention Center is now open in Jacksonville 07.30.19
Medicaid changes to affect Trillium 05.23.19
Trillium spends $7 million in county during first six months managing behavioral health 05.15.19
School Safety Grant to Provide Online Mental Health Resources 05.01.19
CoastLine: Opioid Treatment Options - Abstinence Vs. Medically-Assisted Therapy 01.31.19

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