Welcome to the Trillium recovery blog. Trillium staff will be sharing their thoughts and observations on a variety of topics related to mental health recovery. The views expressed in each blog entry belong to the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Trillium staff, board of directors, members or funders. The […]

My dreams

Over the course of my life, I have had many dreams. I’ve wanted to be a policeman, a fireman, a soldier, a marine, a navy seal, a teacher, a politician, and of course a musician. However, my life has changed so much ever since I was a kid. I no longer want most of those […]

Why I take mental health breaks

What is a mental health break? A mental health break is a break that you give yourself from your regular workweek in order to recuperate, mentally, from all of the tiring things that the week has to offer. I know that maybe this is not possible for some of you with really hard work weeks, […]

Friends and Mental health

Having friends at my side shouldn’t be the most important thing in my life. However, it is very important to me. I know that sometimes in this world, it can get a little lonely and you should have friends to keep you company. Having the right friends encouraging me to do the right things and […]

The Mental Health Awareness 5K

Saturday, May 8th was so much fun! The board of county supervisors had a 5k walk to bring awareness to mental health. Trillium was a part of the event and I had the opportunity to participate in doing some of the preparation and decoration of the event. Trillium, as always, showed up with gusto. So, […]

How I manage my anxiety

No matter how far advanced you get in this world, you will have some form of anxiety. Anxiety is a normal part of a human’s life and it’s important to understand it and better manage it. If I don’t manage my anxiety correctly it could hurt me. So today I will share with you all […]