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Trillium Innovation Fund

Trillium Innovation Fund

Trillium has awarded grants to seven organizations from its 2021 Innovation Fund. Grant recipients were selected from providers and community stakeholders in Lane, Western Douglas, and Western Linn counties that are driving innovative solutions to improve the health of Trillium members. 

Consumer members of the Trillium Community Advisory Council reviewed and scored the grant applications to determine the final awards. 

Grant focus areas include Behavioral health integration, Oral health integration, social determinants of health, CCO quality metrics, and Cost containment.

You can view the Trillium Innovation Fund recipients below.

2021 Trillium Innovation Fund Recipients

  • Friends of the Children: Critical social-emotional and systems navigation support that increases access to preventative and primary care for children and families
  • HIV Alliance: Low barrier, culturally responsive, nonjudgmental, harm reduction, client centered, and integrated behavioral health counseling to underserved people in Lane County
  • Center for Family Development: Cognitive behavioral therapy structure and interventions with emphasis on affirming the unique challenges and stressors experienced by gender diverse youth and teens
  • Planned Parenthood of the SW: Secure electronic messaging system to streamline patient intake process, shorten telehealth visit times and increase telehealth appointment access
  • Trauma Healing Project: Complementary and integrative health (CIH) interventions that promote healing and wellness that can dramatically improve outcomes for survivors of trauma, with the goal of reducing healthcare costs
  • Square One Villages: Opportunity Village Eugene (OVE), which provides non-congregate shelter for adults experiencing homelessness and support them in stabilizing their lives and transitioning into permanent, affordable housing
  • Project Blessing: Basic Needs Initiative for both schools in the Reedsport School District through Project Blessings Food Pantry