Regional Connections


We are part of your community. We recognize that every community is different.  Although we serve 26 counties, it’s important to us to have a local presence and understand the diverse needs of eastern North Carolina. We want to include you in the conversation about what your community needs.

Trillium Health Resources is widely accessible and deeply integrated in our communities to help improve access, reduce administrative burdens on providers and increase the quality of services. To do this, we have three Regional Offices, each with a Regional Operations Director dedicated to your area.

The Governing Board collaboratively plans, budgets and monitors Trillium operations.  It is composed of an equal number of members from each Regional Advisory Board. This two-tiered governing structure allows for accountability of services within our communities, a local service model and local advocacy opportunities for individuals and family members. Each region has a Regional Advisory Board to ensure the local voice is heard on the Trillium Governing Board.

We want to meet you where you are to create positive change and empower people to transform their lives. Click on the region you live in to learn more about the make-up of your Regional Advisory Board

Northern Region

Central Region

Southern Region

  • Bertie
  • Camden
  • Chowan
  • Currituck
  • Gates
  • Hertford
  • Martin
  • Northampton
  • Pasquotank
  • Perquimans
  • Beaufort
  • Craven
  • Dare
  • Hyde
  • Nash
  • Pamlico
  • Pitt
  • Tyrrell
  • Washington
  • Brunswick
  • Carteret
  • Columbus
  • Jones
  • New Hanover
  • Onslow
  • Pender


New Hanover County Creates First Six Opioid PSAS

Raising awareness of the local opioid epidemic and its impact on the entire community is the goal of a new public service announcement created by New Hanover County’s Communications and Outreach Department.                    
                                                                                Read more HERE

  Carteret County Opiate Epidemic Forum

Approximately 200 people attended the forum at Carteret Community College where lots of great information was shared and many questions were answered


Trillium is participating on the State Planning Committee for the Stepping Up Initiative, a national initiative to reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails. Visit the link below for more information:

Low Income Assistance Program Pictures

Low Income Energy Assistance Program

The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) is a Federally-funded program that provides for a one-time vendor payment to help eligible households pay their heating bills. Households including a person aged 60 or older, or an individual receiving disability benefits and services through the N.C. Division of Aging and Adult Services, are eligible to sign up for assistance from Dec. 1 – 31. All other households may apply from Jan. 1 – March 31, or until funds are exhausted.

Learn more



School and Community Violence
Awareness, Warnings Signs, and Coping

As the school year winds down, one student finds himself starting an unexpected relationship.