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We encourage you to support events in your local communities to help raise awareness and increase knowledge about the benefits of services and supports for behavioral health challenges and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

We're happy to post information about events, support groups, and training that are relevant to our mission and the people we serve.  Please send details about events in your community to Info@TrilliumNC.org and we’ll post them if they meet our web content criteria. 

Upcoming Events

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

Jan 28, 2020

Mental Health Aspects of IDD for Mobile Crisis Responders

Training Course on the Mental Health Aspects of IDD for Mobile Crisis Responders

The course will teach best practices in crisis assessment, response, and disposition and is highly recommended for the following providers: 

  • Mobile Crisis Responders, Clinicians & Supervisors
  • Mental Health and/or IDD Case Managers /Service Coordinators
  • Emergency Services Clinician

For more information and register click the links below:

Jan 29, 2020

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Training

Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the principles of psychiatric rehabilitation/recovery and permanent supportive housing (PSH).

Registration Required by January 24, 2020 

ONLY  for Trillium Network Providers

Jan 30, 2020

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Training

Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the principles of psychiatric rehabilitation/recovery and permanent supportive housing (PSH).

Registration Required by January 24, 2020 

ONLY  for Trillium Network Providers

Jan 30, 2020

Trillium Individual Placement Support Colaborative

Trillium Health Resources will sponsor an opportunity for community stakeholders in employment, housing, mental health, and substance use to learn about Individual Placement and Support (IPS) services available throughout the Trillium catchment.

  • See all detail and regitration HERE

Jan 30, 2020

Division of Mental Health Town Hall Meeting

NC’s public Behavioral Health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) System is undergoing major changes. The Division of Mental Health wants to hear from our consumers, families and, advocates about how the system is working and how we can assist in creating a system that improves health outcomes and promotes recovery for all North Carolinians.

Jan 30, 2020

NCDHHS Supported Living Level 3

Stakeholders Meeting

Providers, members, and other stakeholders are invited to attend a meeting about Supported Living Level 3. Attendance can be in-person, or call-in via the “Zoom” meeting platform in the attached link below. No pre-registration is required.

Jan 31, 2020

Maneging Stress

This workshop will define stress and explain the effects of stress on the body and the mind. Participants will then be guided through developing a personal stress management plan rooted in evidence and tailored to their individual preferences.

More information:

Feb 3, 2020

Child Community Collaborative - Beaufort County

For more information, contact:


Jean Kenefick
System of Care Coordinator
Jean.Kenefick@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Feb 3, 2020

Child Community Collaborative - Onslow County

For more information contact


Karen Reaves
System of Care Coordinator
Karen.Reaves@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Feb 4, 2020

Mental Health Aspects of IDD for Mobile Crisis Responders

Training Course on the Mental Health Aspects of IDD for Mobile Crisis Responders

The course will teach best practices in crisis assessment, response, and disposition and is highly recommended for the following providers: 

  • Mobile Crisis Responders, Clinicians & Supervisors
  • Mental Health and/or IDD Case Managers /Service Coordinators
  • Emergency Services Clinician

For more information and register click the links below:

Media Inquiries

Please email Info@TrilliumNC.org with your request or to be added to our media distribution list.

View our  “Communications Guide on Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities” for appropriate language and descriptions to use.