Health and well-being are essential elements of full and abundant living. That is why programs and amenities at Trinity Services that focus solely on promoting health and well-being are central to the services provided.

Trinity's Health and Well-being Programs focus on physical and mental health, positive social experiences, and innovative solutions to everyday problems.

Some specialty programs and amenities are described below.

For more information about any of these programs, contact Director of Admissions Jen Klouse at 815-485-6197 or by email.

Trinity Medical Clinic

For people who receive residential services from Trinity, the Trinity Medical Clinic provides high-quality, basic medical care. Located on the border of Joliet and New Lenox, the clinic is open weekdays and provides services including:

  • Annual physicals
  • Minor injury or illness care
  • Follow-up for a minor medical condition, an emergency room visit or a hospital discharge
  • Referral to a specialist
  • Routine immunizations
  • Seasonal immunizations (such as a flu vaccine).

Recreation Center

People who receive services from Trinity are encouraged to pursue activities they enjoy. Trinity Services offers a recreation center that organizes a multitude of social gatherings weekly throughout the southwest suburbs and Chicagoland. Activities include bicycling; crafting; disc golfing at The Links, a wheelchair-accessible course; karaoke nights; movie and sporting event viewing parties; and more. Activities take place at the recreation center, located in New Lenox, as well as at locations throughout local communities.

Trinity Campground

Situated on 40 acres of land in southwest Michigan, the Trinity Campground is a great location for people to enjoy the outdoors. The property provides many different opportunities to socialize and have fun, including:

  • An in-ground heated pool
  • A baseball diamond
  • A large building called the Mess Hall where campers can eat, watch movies or play table games
  • A large pole barn with a cement floor that allows people to play shuffle board, floor hockey, basketball, and indoor volleyball
  • A campfire area for people to gather and relax at the end of the day.

Technology Enhancing Capabilities (TEC) Lab

Assistive technology can solve problems, big and small, that people face in their daily lives. The TEC Lab at Trinity Services, located on the border of Joliet and New Lenox, allows people to experiment with assistive technology and discover both high- and low-tech devices that can suit their needs. Additionally, the lab's TEC Team, consisting of Trinity Services staff, work to determine how assistive technology can help them better serve the people with whom they work.

The Listening Ear

Everyone who receives services from Trinity has access to a 24-hour confidential answering machine service that provides them with an opportunity to comment on the services they are receiving. Messages are retrieved daily by the chairperson of the organization's Human Rights Committee, who is responsible for following up on any issues identified. All people who receive services from Trinity receive a personalized card with information about how to access the system and a demonstration of how the system works.