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Urgent Message:

Nash County Realignment Update:

As of July 3, 2017, the temporary restraining order against DHHS, Nash County, and Trillium Health Resources has been reversed. Trillium Health Resources is now authorized to serve Nash County residents.

 

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System of Care Grants

The concepts of System of Care (SOC) involve a spectrum of effective, community-based services and supports for children, youth, and families in order to help them to function better at home, in school, in the community, and throughout life.

System Of Care Grants
Amy Bryant - Project Manager

Trillium is aware that each region in the network faces unique needs and bridging service gaps will require strengthening existing partnerships with individuals, communities, and stakeholders and forming others that are new and improved. Our agency’s commitment to continuous system improvement has led us to routinely examine the efficacy of services delivered by our Provider Network while actively exploring other innovative approaches.

Trillium’s goal to create improvements in child and family services will require ongoing monitoring efforts to determine which programs are working and which are not producing desired outcomes.

The success of SOC requires blended efforts and shared responsibilities by an organized multisystem that agrees to foster meaningful relationships with children, youth, and families while also enhancing the promotion, prevention, and interventions required to reduce this population’s risk of developing poor mental health and other challenges.

Trillium Health Resources is offering System of Care Community Collaborative Grant opportunities that will be geared toward strengthening and expanding the use of evidence-based practices (EBPs). Trillium will award grants not exceeding $25,000 in each of the 24 counties in its service region.