Rosecrance names Quinn to Chicagoland leadership role

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Matt Quinn has been named Director of Chicagoland for Rosecrance, Inc. In this role, Quinn will lead all clinical components of the organization’s Chicago outpatient clinics and recovery homes. Quinn has a background in counseling and community relations, and he is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Certified … Continued

Data helps guide client success at Rosecrance

As a respected national leader in behavioral healthcare, Rosecrance offers clients the best opportunity for lasting recovery through exceptional evidence-based care. Insurance providers have noticed this dedication, and have honored Rosecrance for excellence in recent years. Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Optum require healthcare providers to meet criteria focused on quality, evidence-based practices, and commitment to … Continued

Rosecrance receives $8 million in grants to strengthen access to behavioral healthcare

Residents of two Illinois counties experiencing a behavioral health crisis will soon have easier access to care through federal grants awarded to Rosecrance by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). The funding, a total of $8 million over two years, will enable Rosecrance to serve over 1,300 new clients in northern and central … Continued

Rosecrance celebrates Pride Month

Rosecrance staff and clients participated in a variety of informational and teambuilding activities throughout June to celebrate Pride Month. Activities provided education on the history of Pride Month and value of diversity. In addition, the concept of pride as a recovery value was discussed. Here are a few photo highlights from around the organization.

‘On Your Radar,’ episode 4: COVID-19 and current clinical intervention methods

  An important part of the teen experience is the socialization that comes with attending school. Those all-important interactions with their peers. Making friends, going to proms, graduating and saying goodbye. For teens who’ve lived through the year of COVID-19, missing out on those interactions can be more traumatic than any adult might understand. Filling … Continued