Musical, artistic donation enhances therapeutic recreation at Rosecrance Lakeview

The sweet sounds of catchy tunes will soon fill the air at Rosecrance Lakeview thanks to a generous donation from the Jeffrey Michael Dehlin Memorial Foundation. The Foundation, a longtime supporter of Rosecrance’s therapeutic recreation programs, recently provided musical instruments, instruction books, and art supplies for clients and staff. “The Dehlin family truly understands the … Continued

Championing hope by rewarding staff

Rosecrance knows that the miracle of recovery can’t happen without a workforce dedicated to the mission of supporting each person who seeks help. That is why we invested $6.5 million to salary increases in 2021. As an organization that takes pride in all the ways we support out team, this was one tangible way we … Continued

Rosecrance expands services for veterans, Tricare members, and families

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that veterans, Tricare members and their families can seek care through their federally-funded healthcare plans. Rosecrance’s Illinois locations recently received certification through the military’s Tricare health insurance to provide treatment for active duty military personnel and their families. As a result, active duty service members and their family members may … Continued

Stallings to lead Rosecrance Ware Center

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Regional Vice President of Operations Craig Stallings is now providing leadership of the Rosecrance Ware Center. In this role, Stallings will continue to oversee community mental health and outpatient substance use disorder services in northern and central Illinois. Stallings has more than 25 years of experience in substance use … Continued

On Your Radar podcast: Back in class

This year, back to school is anything but back to normal. As kids head back into the classroom full time after a year of remote or hybrid learning, the many changes and challenges of this transition can be all-encompassing and anxiety-inducing—for kids, parents, and educators alike. The pandemic brought unprecedented change to kids both academically … Continued

The frazzled freshman year: Rosecrance offers advice to help first-year college students thrive in new environments

The transition from high school to college and young adulthood is an exciting step, but it can be a challenge as young adults wrestle with newfound freedoms and search for their identities in new settings. Over the past decade, researchers have documented increasing numbers of college students who are struggling with mental illnesses. In 2018, … Continued