The Trillium Informational Handbook is a one stop source with everything you need to know about programs, services, clinical care, intervention, clients rights as well as other resources.
Day Program at Edwards School
We are a multi-disciplinary group of mental health and educational professionals working as a team with students and families to assist them in managing mental health symptoms, demonstrate safe behaviors, and engage successfully in the classroom and community.
Residential Services: What to Expect
Everything you need to know about residential stays at Trillium including what to bring, what not to bring, treatment plans, visitation guidelines and more.
Residential Services: What to Pack
A comprehensive list of what to bring for your residential stay.
Notice of Privacy Practices
Recognizing that certain information you provide to us is confidential, Trillium Family Services has adopted formal policies regarding access to confidential medical information. Protected Health Information: Protected health information (PHI) is any information in the medical record or designated record set that can be used to identify an individual and that was created, used, or disclosed in the course of providing a health care service such as diagnosis or treatment. The following Notice describes how your protected health information (PHI) may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information. Please read this entire Notice carefully.
Building Bridges Initiative
The mission of the Building Bridges Initiative is to identify and promote practice and policy initiatives that will create strong and closely coordinated partnerships and collaborations between families, youth, community- and residentially-based treatment and service providers, advocates and policymakers to ensure that comprehensive services and supports are family-driven, youth-guided, strength-based, culturally and linguistically competent, individualized, evidence and practice-informed, and consistent with the research on sustained positive outcomes.
Tip Sheet for Families
Family members of children who have received residential services helped prepare this Family Tip Sheet so that you and others can benefit from their experience. Please use this Family Tip Sheet to help you (1) think about what is most important to you and to your child and (2) decide which questions you might want to ask when considering a residential program for your child.
Your Life, Your Future
Starting residential treatment can be hard, so knowing what to expect can help. You might feel alone or angry or scared, and you may be concerned that no one will listen to you and your concerns. We have been right where you are now. We put this information together to help you benefit from our experience.