Our mission

Trillium Center is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide a stress-free, stigma-free atmosphere for people 18 and over who are mental health consumers.

Our values

  • Reduce isolation & alienation
  • Encourage recovery
  • Enhance self-esteem
  • Reduce hospitalizations
  • Encourage self-determination
  • Encourage the healing power of friendship
  • Help mental health consumers understand psychological pathology is not the focus, merely a part of each individual
  • Stability is possible for everyone
  • Responsibility belongs to the individual
  • Many people are walking similar paths
  • Recovery is possible for everyone

  • People: All of our artists live with mental health issues and have a strong drive to create beautiful art. Some use painting as a coping skill to manage their symptoms, other quite simply identify themselves as an artist.
  • Passion: Trillium’s mission and passion is mental health recovery. Some of our folks are so creative they have to let that creativity flow onto pages or making jewelry or any medium at all, really. We’ve created this eStore in order to share art and hope.
  • Sustainability: Years ago we found out just how talented some of our staff and members are. We created the Hope Works Art Cards and many of us have been creating jewelry and other items to sell to our community at various events. The services we provide to our community are essential to people living with mental illness. We created this eStore to help artists generate income from their beautiful creations and to provide revenue for our critical services to some of Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens.

Our products

All of our products promote mental health recovery. The cards, jewelry and key chains showcase the creative talents and skills of members of Trillium Center.

Our staff and volunteers

Our staff and volunteers are hard working and dedicated to promoting mental health recovery and assisting people to achieve their short and long term goals.

Not all staff and volunteers are pictured.