Trilogy Blog

Dr. Matthew Brown Joins Trilogy as Chief Medical Officer

Posted by Adolfo Luna on Wed, Jan 10, 2018 @ 11:58 AM

Chicago, IL - Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Matthew Brown as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Brown brings more than 10 years of experience to Trilogy, as a physician, psychiatrist and thought leader in the area of mental health technology. He is double board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, holds an MBA in healthcare leadership, and prides giving back to the community via public education and his work with nonprofit organizations.

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In his private practice, Dr. Brown takes a whole-person approach to mental wellbeing placing an emphasis on lifestyle, supplements and technology to promote true healing and minimize the use of pharmaceuticals. The philosophy complements Trilogy's own belief that individuals are capable of making decisions in their own best interests when provided with accurate knowledge, a variety of recovery options and support. Furthermore, Dr. Brown's previous experience with clients in early childhood through adulthood positions him as a great resource among Trilogy's leadership and in the development of Impact, the organization's newest program, serving youth and adolescents throughout Chicago.

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Trilogy CEO Recipient of Dr. C. Vincent Bakeman Memorial Award

Posted by Adolfo Luna on Thu, Sep 28, 2017 @ 01:09 PM

On September 8th, John Mayes, President and CEO of Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare Inc. was honored by the Illinois Association for Behavioral Health (IABH) with the 2017 Dr. C. Vincent Bakeman Memorial Award. Mayes received the award during the IABH annual conference, where professionals come together from across the fields of addiction, substance use, and mental health.

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Rich Adelman Joins Trilogy as Chief Financial Officer

Posted by Adolfo Luna on Fri, Mar 10, 2017 @ 01:57 PM

Chicago, IL - Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce the appointment of Rich Adelman as Chief Financial Officer. Rich brings more than 30 years of experience in financial management, with an emphasis on business improvement. He has held leadership roles with middle-market companies across multiple sectors, including non-profit agencies.

Prior to joining Trilogy, Rich was the Vice President of Finance for Thresholds, and brings extensive experience in contract administration, process design and administrative best practices.

John Mayes, President and CEO of Trilogy said, "Rich is a welcome addition to the Trilogy Tribe and we expect great things from him. His skill set and experience are just what we need to enhance our foundation during this sustained period of rapid growth."

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President & CEO John Mayes' Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted by Adolfo Luna on Fri, Feb 24, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

John Mayes, President and CEO of Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., was honored by the Community Behavioral Healthcare Association (CBHA) of Illinois with its 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award. Mayes received the award on Dec. 12, 2016, during CBHA’s annual conference at the Hyatt Regency Woodfield in Schaumburg. In presenting the honor, CBHA Chief Executive Officer Marvin Lindsey praised Mayes for, "his contributions to the behavioral health systems in Illinois and the people we serve."

CBHA is a not-for-profit association of providers of mental health, substance abuse, and youth services to Illinois citizens. The organization has been recognized for its effective advocacy of state policies and funding that support community behavioral health.

Mayes’ career in mental health spans 32 years, beginning in 1984 at Thresholds, where he rose from program director of West Side Programs to an associate director overseeing a dozen programs across the organization. At Thresholds, Mayes piloted many successful initiatives, including providing individual psychotherapy to people with dual diagnoses and complex trauma and residential programs for people with dual diagnoses. He also played an instrumental role in the establishment of one of the first client advisory groups in the state.

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