Trinity Services offers residential living options, the beautiful Trinity Farmstead and Gardens, Community Day Services and crisis prevention services to people in Jackson, Madison and St. Clair counties in Southern Illinois.

To learn more about services and supports available in Southern Illinois, browse any of the sections below. For admissions information, click here.

Residential Services

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Trinity provides group homes, apartments and opportunities for shared living host families in this region. Some of the towns or cities where residences are located include Belleville, Edwardsville and Mascoutah.

Community Day Services

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Also known as day programs, Trinity offers Community Day Services in Southern Illinois. These programs teach participants about basic life skills (e.g. self-care, personal finance, mobility or language) and focus on specific areas of interest (e.g. horticulture, art or cooking). Unique to the area, Trinity Farmstead & Gardens features a beautiful expanse of greenery and farmland where program participants can grow their own vegetables and fruits. People can also enjoy the open outdoor land all year-round.

ABA Services

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Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to individuals across the lifespan. For children 0-3, BCBAs provide early intervention services. BCBAs bill insurance providers for ABA services for children and adults of any age with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), paraprofessionals who practice under close supervision of a BCBA, are primarily responsible for the direct implementation of ABA services. BCBAs utilize Illinois waiver programs to serve adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities older than 18 years. Additionally, BCBAs provide ABA services to individuals with dementia and memory issues. Services are offered across Southern Illinois. 

Behavioral Health Services

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In Carbondale, Trinity Services, in partnership with The Hope Institute for Children & Families, operates a satellite office of the Illinois Crisis Prevention Institute. ICPN provides consultation, training, support and expertise in the area of crisis intervention to those in need in Illinois communities.