In 2013, Trilogy’s Supported Employment Program underwent an intensive two-day fidelity review and received the highest initial Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model fidelity score in the history of the program in Illinois. As a result, Trilogy’s Supported Employment Program was invited to become a learning partner in the internationally-recognized Johnson & Johnson—Dartmouth Community Mental Health Program.
This week, much of the United States was hit by record breaking, dangerously cold winter temperatures due to a polar vortex that swept across the country. In Chicago, temperatures dropped to a record low of -16 degrees, with gusting winds creating a windchill index of -42 degrees on Monday, January 6th. These drastic drops in temperature can have an immediate negative impact on one's physical health. A person can start to develop the first signs of frostbite within just a few minutes of exposure to extreme, cold temperatures and can develop hypothermia if subjected to these temperatures for prolonged periods, as well.