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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 31, 2019

Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) - Refresher

Open to Law Enforcement Officer already CIT Certified in all counties

CIT refresher is an 8-hour training that provides a review of the key concepts, safety techniques, and communication skills initially taught in initial CIT training. 

For more information and register contact our team at Ashley.Hicks@TrilliumNC.org

Location:

Trillium Health Resources
3980 Shipyard Blvd
Wilmington NC, 28403
 

Jan 31, 2019

Health Information Exchange (HIE) Training

Live Webinar
This live webinar is for active in-network MHSU and/or IDD service providers.

Learn more about the upcoming Health Information Exchange mandates and how to prepare to comply!

Details HERE

 

Feb 4, 2019

Child Community Collaborative - Beaufort County

For more information, contact:


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

Feb 4, 2019

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, 2019

Child Community Collaborative - Currituck County

For more information contact


Tracey Webster
System of Care Coordinator
Tracey.Webster@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Feb 4, 2019

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) - Washington County

Open to Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) open to officers in all counties
February 4 - 8, 2019

CIT is a 40-hour training designed to assist law enforcement officers who respond to incidents involving individuals with a mental health or substance use crisis and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

For more information and register contact our team at Tiffanie.Ritenour@TrilliumNC.org

Location:
Beaufort Community College
5337 US-264
Washington, NC 27889
   

Feb 4, 2019

Child Community Collaborative - Washington County

For more information, contact:


Chinita Vaughan
System of Care Coordinator
Chinita.Vaughan@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Feb 6, 2019

Child Community Collaborative - Hertford County

For more information, contact:


Hope Eley
System of Care Coordinator
Hope.Eley@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Feb 7, 2019

Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) - Telecommunicators

Open to New Hanover and Brunswick County telecommunicators only
February 7 & 12, 2019

During this intensive 16-hour CIT training, telecommunicators learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness, identify callers who may be at higher risk of harming themselves or others, and to use active listening and other risk-reduction techniques to manage these crisis situations.

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For more information and register contact our team at Ashley.Hicks@TrilliumNC.org

Feb 7, 2019

Child Community Collaborative - Nash County

For more information contact
 

Keith Letchworth
System of Care Coordinator
Keith.Letchworth@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

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.

 

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Psychosis: Can You Spot It?

Free webinars for up to 4 CEUs or Contact Hours

An educational series that addresses the common signs and symptoms of first episode psychosis, as well as the barriers to recognition by health care providers.

  • Module 1:
    Psychosis: Can You Spot It?
  • Module 2:
    "Mind-tricks,” Attenuated-Psychosis, and Full Psychosis: What’s the Difference and Why You Should Care
  • Module 3:
    Why Clinicians Miss Diagnosis and What You Can Do About It
  • Module 4:
    Unmasking Psychosis

Register