Prevention teams building supportive communities for youth

Last year, over 40 percent of adults and 25 percent of adolescents experienced mental health disorders, while over 100,000 people died from overdoses. At the local level, prevention teams are addressing these challenges by educating communities and providing early interventions to youth at risk of developing serious behavioral health disorders. National Prevention Week (May 9-14) … Continued

Rosecrance awarded honors for quality of care

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that the organization continues to receive recognition from insurance providers for its excellence of care. Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Optum require healthcare providers to meet criteria focused on quality, evidence-based practices, and commitment to improving outcomes in order to earn recognition. Rosecrance has received the highest rating awarded by each … Continued

Intentional, inclusive practices meet client needs

It takes intentional planning to meet the needs of 50,000 individuals each year who represent different backgrounds, cultures, experiences, and challenges. When all of these factors impact how each person may respond to therapy, a versatile treatment toolkit and attentive listening help Rosecrance counselors guide clients toward their path to lasting recovery. Relationships are the … Continued

Managing the stress of ‘everything else’

While the pandemic has been a significant source of anxiety, it is one of many stressors weighing on people’s lives. It’s the cumulative stress of “everything else” that is wearing us out. “The usual strains of our daily lives impact us, then other things started coming at us full force,” said Pete Meagher, Ph.D., Clinical … Continued