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The Network of Care utilizes the Internet for social good by providing fast and easy access to comprehensive community services, information, support, and assistance on a localized level to millions of people nationwide. The goal of the Network of Care is to ensure "No Wrong Door" exists for those in need of social services and to provide trusted information for anyone interested in making better decisions about the health and well-being of themselves and those around them.

Today, the Network of Care is the largest government-sponsored, community-based online platform in the country. With hundreds of websites covering over half the nation and more than two decades of experience, the Network of Care is uniquely positioned to assist state and county governments across the country. Whether it is the opioid crisis, access to local information and resources, emergency information, basic needs, online training, or care coordination, the Network of Care can help.

Beyond Mental Health, the Network of Care offers portals for: Seniors & People with Disabilities; Developmental Disabilities; Domestic Violence; Children and Families; Prisoner Reentry Services; Veterans, Service Members & Their Families; and Public Health Assessment and Wellness. There is simply no other competitive program with the Network of Care’s breadth and depth of features, functionality, and flexibility necessary to meet the needs of our communities at the state and local levels.

The Network of Care was specifically recommended to all states and counties by the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, and has been approved for funding by name in the most recent SAMHSA guidance for the Mental Health Block Grant under the American Rescue Plan. The Network of Care is provided in partnership with the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors and the National Association of County Behavioral Health & Developmental Disability Directors.

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Network of Care provides a comprehensive information solution for consumers and other stakeholders at the local, state and national level in the health and human services arena.

Features

Unlimited publishing, community-calendar management, and management of all custom pages. Personalize and publish articles, resources and tools that directly relate to your community’s needs.

Assembles more than 30,000 high-quality articles, fact sheets, and interactive tools on more than 4,000 physical- and mental-health topics. Articles are easily available for online viewing, printing, posting and emailing. Trilogy continually maintains, updates and expands Library content.

More than 20,000 websites for city, county, state and national government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Trilogy continually maintains, updates and expands Links content.

Creates an account for content personalization, personal health records, emergency cards, health directives, and more.

Resources and references for general opioid information, including education and harm-reduction techniques.

Enables Call Center staff to record and track information about a client’s specific and unmet needs. Customize fields for data collection, make direct referrals to providers, and produce the reports you need.

A comprehensive, customized database that enables case managers and clients to quickly locate local programs and services and make informed choices about what they need.

  • Includes, but is not limited to, all licensed facilities, all direct or contracted services, all target-population-specific services, all basic needs, and supportive local services.
  • A web-based application, or “widget,” that enables visitors to add search functionality to any blog or website. Widgets provide search results specific to each service area.
  • "Near Me" functionality that enables Service Directory visitors using mobile devices to search for listings with GPS enabled.
  • A Guided Search feature that assists visitors in identifying the specific services they need.
  • All emergency information, including crisis mobile-response teams, psychiatric emergency rooms, and emergency-room services.
  • Survey ratings for home health agencies, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals.
  • A regional database of physicians, searchable by ZIP and focused on behavioral-health specialties.

Access to national, state and local crisis lines and treatment centers, tools for creating prevention plans, and support for loved ones.

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Network of Care Is Qualified Expenditure in Latest SAMHSA Guidelines

05/18/2021

On the eve of our 20th anniversary, the Network of Care is honored to be recognized by SAMHSA as a qualified expenditure in its recent guidelines for the American Rescue Plan’s $1.5 billion Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) appropriation.

On the eve of our 20th anniversary, the Network of Care is honored to be recognized by SAMHSA as a qualified expenditure in its recent guidelines for the American Rescue Plan’s $1.5 billion Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) appropriation.

In this four-year grant, SAMHSA explicitly encourages states to use MHBG funding for infrastructure development, as long as the intent of the infrastructure supports or benefits persons with serious mental illness or severe emotional disturbance (SMI-SED). The Network of Care assists persons with SMI-SED in finding treatment, support, awareness, education and other resources necessary for recovery:

Consider digital platforms, such as Network of Care, which facilitate access to behavioral health services for persons with SMI-SED (Please see page 2, bullet #7).

If you are interested in learning more about how the Network of Care can help your local jurisdiction during these challenging times, please contact Pam Frank at (415) 257-2407 or pam@trilogyir.com


North Carolina Procures the Network of Care for Its Behavioral Health Community

01/18/2024

RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has contracted with the Network of Care to bring its Behavioral Health program to the mental-health and substance-use community. 



RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has contracted with the Network of Care to bring its Behavioral Health program to the mental-health and substance-use community. 

Taking advantage of ARPA funding, the state plans to implement the Network of Care to provide access to:

  1. A comprehensive directory of services, including all basic needs, social determinants of health, treatments, recovery, and support
  2. Educational resources with more than 30,000 peer-reviewed articles
  3. Resources and support for the Opioid Crisis
  4. Resources and support for Suicide Prevention
  5. Resources and support for Disaster Relief
  6. Care Coordination tools, and much more

The Network of Care is the largest government-sponsored, local behavioral health network in the country. The program is an approved expenditure under SAMHSA’s Mental Health Block Grant and recommended to all grantees within the guidelines of ARPA. (Please see page 2, bullet #7)

The Network of Care for Behavioral Health program is expected to launch in North Carolina in spring of 2024. 

For more information on how your state may benefit from the Network of Care, please contact Pam Frank at pfrank@trilogyir.com or (415) 257-2407.




Network of Care Resource Directory Available to the Residents of Sawyer County, Wis.

06/28/2023

HAYWARD, Wis. – Sawyer County Health and Human Services and Hayward Area Memorial Hospital (HAMH) are excited to release Sawyer County Network of Care, a new countywide, online resource directory.



The need for a comprehensive countywide resource directory was identified in the Community Health Needs Assessment conducted by the health department and hospital as part of developing their 2023-2025 Community Health Improvement Plan.

The first step in developing the CHIP is to access the needs of the community. Health departments must regularly and systematically, collect, analyze and make available information about the health of the community. Under the Affordable Care Act, not-for-profit hospitals are required to conduct a community health needs assessment, every three years, to ensure they are addressing the health needs of their communities.

In March 2021, HAMH released a 14-question digital survey to receive community feedback on the greatest health needs. Over 770 survey responses were received. Following the review of the survey results, focus groups were formed to obtain additional information from specific demographic groups that had low survey response rates.

The identified needs include:

  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse
  • Mental Health
  • Chronic Disease
  • Dementia Care
  • Transportation
  • Affordable Housing
  • Trauma Resources
  • Culturally Sensitive Healthcare
  • Safe Place for Teens to Socialize
  • Home & Respite Care Services (worker shortage)
  • Long term Care Placement

Following the identification of needs, additional county level data was reviewed, existing programs were discussed and a plan to address the greatest health needs was written. The full plan is called Sawyer County Health Together and is available on the hospital’s website.

One of the top priorities identified in the plan was the need for more information about services and resources available in the county.

“In survey comments, during focus groups and as we have begun establishing committees and work groups, we have heard that there are many community resources that people don’t know about,” says Julia Lyons, Director of Sawyer County Health and Human Services. “That awareness lead to the development of the Sawyer County Network of Care website.”

The purpose of the website is to support a healthier Sawyer County by providing county wide health and wellness resource database to share services, educational opportunities, programs and support groups that are available in Sawyer County. The website also has an extensive library of resources related to a variety of health and wellness topics.

The Sawyer County Public Health Department partnered with the Network of Care to develop the website. Network of Care is the largest government-sponsored, community-based online platform in the country. They support hundreds of websites throughout the United States with the goal of providing fast and easy access to comprehensive community services, information, support and assistance on a localized level. The website development and ongoing maintenance is supported by Sawyer County Public Health with funding from grants and financial support from the Hayward Area Memorial Hospital.

When visiting the Sawyer County Network of Care website, people will find a number of different resources including community services, a resource library, information on assistive devices, insurance programs and more. Individuals can also create an account to save their searches and share the information they find with their family members or caregivers.

“We believe social networks are important to the mental wellbeing of our residents,” says Joyce Knowlton, Sawyer County Public Health Specialist. “We would like to encourage social clubs and groups to add information to the site. We would also encourage any group or organization offering activities for community members, including activities for children to submit a calendar listing.”

Examples include walking and biking groups, knitting, crafting or book clubs, parenting or children’s play groups and after school programs.

“We are not only building a website of “health and wellness services”, we want to have a county wide resource directory that contributes to the health of the whole community,” says Knowlton.

“We have identified the need for a county wide resource directory, we have built the website, we are sharing it with the community and now we need people to use it and help us make it better,” says Lyons. “We invite everyone to check out the website, provide feedback and share the link with your friends and family.”

If you have an update or feedback about the site please use the links below or call Sawyer County Public Health at 715-638-3353 or by email publichealth@sawyerhs.hayward.wi.us

  • New agencies can be added here

https://sawyer.wi.networkofcare.org/family/services/edit-agency.aspx

  • Existing agency listings can be updated by selecting the agency and using the update this listing

  • General Feedback about the site or content can be submitted at the Feedback Link on the bottom of the homepage

https://sawyer.wi.networkofcare.org/family/feedback.aspx

It is important to understand that only listings related to health and wellness organizations, services or activities contributing to the health and wellness of those living in Sawyer County will be added to the website.




Sawyer County Healthier Together (Wis.) Prepares to Launch the Network of Care

2/16/2023 12:00:00 AM

HAYWARD, Wis. – Sawyer County Healthier Together – a public-health coalition supporting the Sawyer County, Wis., Health Department – is preparing to launch its new Network of Care website, featuring a local Health and Wellness Resource Directory.



HAYWARD, Wis. – Sawyer County Healthier Together – a public-health coalition supporting the Sawyer County, Wis., Health Department – is preparing to launch its new Network of Care website, featuring a local Health and Wellness Resource Directory.

“Sawyer County is excited to be a part of the Network of Care,” said Sawyer County Public Health director Julia Lyons. “Not only will this website provide important health and wellness resources, but we hope this site provides important connections to residents looking for healthy activities and social opportunities.” 

The Network of Care for Children and Family Services program helps counties reach families in need by providing fast and easy access to comprehensive community services, information, support, and assistance on a localized level. This one-stop information resource includes a Service Directory, Referral Application, and much more. The Network of Care is SAMHSA-qualified for American Rescue Plan funding.

To learn more about how this program can help residents in your local community, please contact Pam Frank at (415) 257-2407 or pam@trilogyir.com.

Kind regards,

Pam

Pamela F. Frank, Executive Vice President

Trilogy Integrated Resources, LLC | Network of Care

General: (415) 458-5900

Direct: (415) 257-2407

www.networkofcare.org

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NASMHPD

National organization representing state executives responsible for the public mental health service delivery system serving millions of people annually in all 50 states, 6 territories and Pacific Jurisdictions, and the District of Columbia.

NACBHDD

NACBHDD is the only national voice for county and local behavioral health and developmental disability authorities in Washington, DC. Through education, policy analysis, and advocacy, NACBHDD brings the unique perspective of our members to Congress and the Executive Branch.

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