Back to School Virtual Resources Toolkit

Each year, your work in school brings a renewed focus of mission and purpose for the students you serve, and this year we are all facing even more challenges. As students begin a school year under circumstances that are new to all of us, we know some families are struggling with substance use or mental health issues.

Rosecrance would like to support you in your efforts to assist students who are struggling with alcohol and drug abuse, as well as mental health issues. As a school professional, you understand the importance of identifying and referring students for appropriate interventions to enable them to succeed personally and academically. To assist you in this area, we are offering a virtual resource kit, below, filled with information in order to be an important resource for your students and families.

We hope you find these resources helpful and, as always, our Community Relations team is here to assist you with information about our programs and services, scheduling an assessment, contacting other resources, and navigating your student’s progress. To reach out to a Community Relations representative, please click here for their contact information.

For more information about these services, highlighted below, please contact our Access team by calling 866-330-8729.

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Rosecrance recovery teens in greenhouse

Virtual Support

Rosecrance offers a variety of virtual substance abuse and mental health services for adolescents and teens, including these programs listed below. For more information about these services, please contact our Access team by calling 866-330-8729.

Prevention and Early Intervention Program (PEI)

The Rosecrance PEI Program is an evidence-based alcohol and drug education program designed to provide education, support, and direction to teens and their families who may be at risk of more serious involvement with alcohol and other drugs.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Adults and teens can receive treatment while staying in their home environment while learning new coping skills to achieve and sustain abstinence. For more information about all our programs, click here.

Rosecrance Parent Café

The Rosecrance Parent Café is a free, virtual support group for parents who have a teen or young adult struggling with addiction. Offered twice weekly, the group is led by an addictions counselor who facilitates discussion with other parents going through similar experiences. Click here for more information about the Parent Café.

Teens & Weed: Still a Big Deal

A Parent’s Guide for Talking with a Teenager About Marijuana

Click here to view or download the brochure (.pdf)

Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus

Located on 50 scenic acres, this 67,000 square foot, 80-bed treatment center for adolescents aged 12-20 includes an on-site school, a chapel, a gymnasium and fitness center and an outdoor dining patio.

Click here for more inforamtion about the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus.