TRILOGY INC

aka Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare   |   Chicago, IL   |  www.trilogyinc.org

Mission

Trilogy's mission is to assist people in their recovery from serious mental illness by helping them discover and reclaim their own capabilities and life direction.

Ruling year info

1972

President and CEO

Mr. John Mayes

Main address

1400 W. Greenleaf

Chicago, IL 60626 USA

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EIN

36-2795409

NTEE code info

Community Mental Health Center (F32)

Group Home, Residential Treatment Facility - Mental Health Related (F33)

Hot Line, Crisis Intervention (F40)

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Our programs

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Community Behavioral Healthcare Services

In FY2013, Trilogy served more than 870 adults with serious mental illness and/or with co-occurring substance use disorders: 45% of individuals presenting at intake were homeless. 58% were in need of entitlements, 61% required linkage to medical care, and 76% required linkage to psychiatric care.

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Accreditations

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Adult Day Services - 3 year 2014

US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) 2013

Awards

Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration Grant 2010

SAMHSA

Reintegration Award for Clinical Medicine 2012

National Council for Community Behavioral Health

Heroes Program Award 2012

NAMI Illinois

Top Workplace 2012

Chicago Tribune

Top Workplace 2013

Chicago Tribune

Goals & Strategy

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Trilogy's mission is to assist people in their recovery from serious mental illness by helping them discover and reclaim their own capabilities and life direction. Trilogy provides recovery-focused evidence based integrated mental health and primary care for more than 2000 adults with mental illness and co-occurring disorders in the City of Chicago and its northern suburbs. In 2010, Trilogy was one of 45 mental health organizations across the United States that was awarded a competitive multimillion dollar four-year federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This funding allowed Trilogy to significantly expand its Integrated Healthcare Program by contracting two part-time Heartland Health Centers (HHC) primary care physicians to provide primary care services at the clinic and further reduce barriers to quality primary healthcare for individuals with serious mental illness. In 2012, Trilogy was honored with the First Place Reintegration Award for Clinical Medicine from the National Council of Behavioral Health. We focus on recovery services that are designed to help maximize individuals' independence, self-sufficiency, and quality of life by helping people identify their own strengths, talents and interests. We provide our clients with the tools they need achieve overall wellness and to begin and maintain their journey of recovery.

Trilogy's Outreach Services including Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Community Support Team (CST), and Intake, employ an “evidence based" and “best practices" team approach to mental health treatment and are designed to provide full-community engagement, crisis assessment and intervention, intake, and outreach services. Trilogy assists individuals with finding permanent, stable, affordable housing. We provide access to: Community Integrated Living Arrangements, Supervised housing, Supported housing, and 25 units of permanent supportive housing to HUD-qualified homeless people through the Chicago's Continuum Care 2011 HUD Homeless Assistance Permanent Housing Bonus Fund. And, as a Williams and Colbert Class Member provider, Trilogy assists men and women with mental illness from Illinois who have lived in a nursing home setting for large portions of their lives, with transitioning into their own community-based supported apartments. In order to ensure that all Trilogy clients have the skills they need on their journey to recovery, Trilogy employs four Occupational Therapists (OT) and leases a one bedroom apartment where a client can be assessed and practice their independent living skills in a “real life setting" prior to leaving the nursing home. A large number of individuals moving out on their own need individualized supports to address deficits in their day-to-day living skills. Once assessed, the OTs assist each client in developing the independent living skills they need to successfully live independently. We provide a wide array of Outpatient Services including: Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment—a program which serves people with co-occurring disorders by combining substance use services with mental health services; Trilogy's Nationally Recognized Supported Employment Program—Trilogy is a learning partner in the Johnson & Johnson – Dartmouth Community Mental Health Program, also called the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) supported employment learning collaborative. The IPS model for supported employment is the most progressive, evidence-based model to be offered to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and is available to all Trilogy clients. Importantly, staff and recipients find individualized job placements based on recipient preferences, strengths, and work experiences; and Peer Services—Peer Certified Recovery Support Specialists and Peer Support Specialists are involved in every part of our organization and are employed on every team. Peer facilitators co-lead evidence based Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) groups that focus on creating individual action plans involving advocacy, support, hope, personal responsibility, and education for specific life situations.

Trilogy, Inc. is a behavioral healthcare organization with more than 45 years of experience serving people with serious mental illness in the City of Chicago and its northern suburbs. We provide mental health services as well as primary care services through our partnerships with Heartland Health Centers and Rush University College of Nursing. Our mission is to assist people in their recovery from serious mental illness by helping them discover and reclaim their own capabilities and life direction. Central to the philosophy of all Trilogy services is a belief in the possibility of long-term recovery from mental illness and mental illness with co-occurring substance abuse disorders. Our treatment methodologies are Recovery-focused, Trauma-Informed, and incorporate Evidence-Based Practices which help to maximize individuals' independence, self-sufficiency, and quality of life. We operate under the assumption that people can and do make good choices for themselves when offered accurate information, a wide-array of recovery options, acceptance, and support. Trilogy is accredited by the internationally recognized Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Accreditation involves an in-depth review of services and agency structure. Organizations must employ “best practices" and demonstrate clearly defined mechanisms for quality improvement and consumer satisfaction.

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TRILOGY INC

Board of directors
as of 8/29/2017
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Board chair

Stephen M Fatum

Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Christine Fisher Commercial Real Estate Lawyer and Partner

Quarles & Brady LLP

Catherine Brownlee Executive Director

Association of Professional Design Firms

Michael Lowe Executive Coach

Lee Hecht Harrison

Susan Becker Clinical Analyst

Loyola University Health System

Brett Cochrane Architect and Urban Designer

Cheryl Farney Peer Specialist

University of Illinois Chicago's Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

Angela Hainsworth Risk Management Professional

Mary Johnson Professor, Assistant Dean and Director of Specialty Education

Rush University College of Nursing

Bernie Klos

Susan Laue Program Manager of the Columbia Links Program

Columbia College Chicago

Cindy Nowinski Director of Education

Center on Outcomes, Research and Education (CORE)

Mat Oey Lecturer

University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration

Susan Weissman Executive Director

Chest Medicine Consultants

Board leadership practices

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? Yes
  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? Yes
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? Yes