Family is essential to the Rosecrance approach – and our history of success
Family support is a key component in helping our clients live their best lives. We understand that addiction and mental health conditions affect everyone in the family. For this reason, we encourage family members to not only stay involved, but to participate throughout treatment and the recovery process.
In fact, the Rosecrance Family Program is a critical component to the success of many of our clients. Families learn skills to move forward with the healing process and get the information they need to best support their loved ones. With ongoing support for family members along with regular family visits and weekend programs, clients feel loved, supported and respected, which inspires hope and healing for everyone involved.
Helping young people embrace their full potential for more than a century
Over 100 years ago, Rosecrance began with children as its focus. Today, we remain committed to helping our youth address substance use and mental health disorders. We have also grown to offer robust programs to support both teens and adults with treatment facilities and locations that are dedicated to guiding clients along their journey to recovery through either residential or outpatient care.
Individualized treatment with dedicated, caring professionals
At Rosecrance, each client is cared for by a team of specialists who have committed their careers to addressing substance use and mental health disorders. Together, the team designs an individualized treatment plan that draws on the expertise of counselors, physicians, psychiatrists, dieticians, nurses, chaplains and social workers. Our clinicians are highly trained and professionally credentialed, with proven experience to accelerate visible, meaningful progress for addiction and mental health disorders, helping clients build critical skills to enjoy life and achieve their potential. Our staff is vital in shaping the entire experience our clients and their families have at Rosecrance, which extends far beyond our programs and individualized treatment.