Community Outreach

Trillium Community Health Plan® was established by Oregonians, for Oregonians. We provide access to high-quality managed care
programs at the lowest possible cost and with the greatest possible convenience. We don't just serve the local community; we're part of it.
In the past year, our employees volunteered and participated in events supporting Food For Lane County, Womenspace, The Alzheimer's Association, The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, The ARC of Lane County, and Full Access Brokerage.

This year, Trillium is proud to announce our focus programs are CASA and Greenhill Humane Society.

CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) provides a powerful voice for abused and neglected children. When these children are removed from their homes, they are placed in an overburdened system where they can slip through the cracks and risk continued abuse or neglect. Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA volunteers have the power to prevent this tragic reality.

CASA volunteers are assigned to just one child or sibling group at a time, so they can thoroughly investigate and keep current with each child's situation.

CASA volunteers conduct independent investigations of the child's circumstance by reviewing records, contacting parents, foster parents, teachers, therapists, caseworkers and other adults involved with the child. The CASA volunteer speaks in the courtroom, representing the child's best interests, and works to move the child quickly and effectively through the system and into a safe, permanent home.

Greenhill Humane Society

Greenhill Humane Society, SPCA provides a safe shelter for animals in transition. Greenhill serves as advocates for animals and their people, work to end animal overpopulation and educate the public about compassion and responsibility towards all animals.

Greenhill envisions a community in which all companion animals have loving homes and are treated with compassion and respect.

Greenhill Humane Society is a private, 501c(3) non-profit animal shelter and relies on charitable donations and fees for services for 100 percent of their operating budget.

No government grants, subsidies, or tax dollars are received to run the shelter.

Every month, the animals are cared for, exercised, played with, and loved upon by our staff and hundreds of volunteers.