Trillium Services provides typical home living services in various neighborhoods throughout the community. Supervised living services can be developed for an individual or up to four individuals living as housemates.
We provide flexibility in service delivery and level of support. The person and their team will determine the goals and objectives they want to work toward and develop a plan to work toward them. We will facilitate the identification of what personal success looks like to them and help them to strive toward it.
Some of the service areas we provide are: money management, meal planning and preparation, shopping, maintaining personal cares, medication administration, mobility training, community orientation and safety, and maintaining a clean and comfortable home environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do we start services with Trillium?
First, you will need a Case Manager and a funding source from your local County Social Services. Your Case Manager will make a referral and explain what type of services you are eligible for. Your Case Manager will set up a time for you to meet with Trillium to gather information. If you choose Trillium, then we will set up a pre-admission meeting to discuss current openings and alternatives. If an opening or alternative is chosen, then an admission meeting is set.
What kinds of things will my staff and I be doing?
You can choose from a wide variety of activities based on your interests. Activities include going for hikes, walking the Lake Walk, picnicking, visiting museums and art galleries. You and your staff will work on Personal Outcomes which can involve recreational activities, exploring the community, learning to cook and menu plan, learning how to budget, working on personal cares, independent living skills and much more!
Who pays for the activities and transportation?
Consumers only pay for their own expenses.
Trillium Services will provide transportation and pay for our staff. If you cannot afford to do things that cost money, Trillium staff will work hard to find free and low-cost activities. Such as enjoying free access to a local health club to swim and work out. You will get a copy of our directory of recreational ideas called, "General Attractions" and a list of current "Things to Do"!
Can I have friends or family over to my new house?
Absolutely, this is your home! We ask that you show courtesy for your roommates and staff by including them in planning for guests to come visit.
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