While consulting with Alameda County and the State of California in 2000, Trilogy Integrated Resources created a concept that uses the Internet as a "virtual information depot" to coordinate the various components of health and social services at the local level. This concept, which we named the Network of Care, provides critical information to everyone in the community simply, quickly and accurately.

Trilogy's concept became a reality in the area of aging and long-term care when California funded the Network of Care demonstration project in 2001 for Alameda and Sacramento counties. In August 2001, the two pilot Web sites were launched, and they were immediately hailed as a significant and important new contribution to the health and human services community. Within one year, Trilogy replicated the Network of Care for Seniors & People with Disabilities in 12 other counties.

As communities adopted the Web as their preferred way to access and share information, interest was generated at both the county and state levels for similar, one-stop information sites in other human-services arenas. In 2003, San Diego County, Calif., commissioned a similar site to be developed in the area of behavioral health. The Network of Care for Mental/Behavioral Health soon spread across California. Since that time, Trilogy has developed the Network of Care for Kids; the Network of Care for Children & Families; the Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families; the Network of Care for Healthy Communities; the Network of Care eLearning, and more. To view all of the Network of Care solutions, please visit our Products & Services page.