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
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Read news and blog articles about Rosecrance and topics of note pertaining to substance abuse, addiction treatment and mental health disorders and treatment.
Navigating substance use or mental health issues is a difficult challenge for both parents and teens. Combined with having spent the last year in isolation due to COVID-19, the journey to recovery can seem overwhelming. Who to trust? Where can you turn? How to find the right treatment for your teen? The best chance for … Continued
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
When someone in a family has a mental illness such as depression, life can become stressful for the family unit. Whether it’s an adult caregiver or a teen, home dynamics and routines may be disrupted. In a typical year, about one in five adults has a mental illness, and 17 percent of youth experience a … Continued
Recovery is a lifelong journey with its share of ups and downs along the way. For people connected to the 12 Step community, milestone moments provide opportunities to reflect on the transformation that has happened with an eye toward better days to come. Over the next few months, we will explore several of those important … Continued
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.
For teens experiencing mental health and substance use issues, getting past “No” can be a journey, for them and their family but with a strong support system, it is possible. Often, the problem starts well before parents are even aware, and COVID-19 has exacerbated the issue. With many teens attending virtual school while their parents … Continued
While it has long been known that people are more likely to develop substance use disorders at younger ages, a recent study shows that, for a number of substances, adolescents are significantly more at risk than young adults. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, adolescents (ages 12-17) were more likely to develop SUDs … Continued
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
Last week, Rosecrance welcomed David T. Jones, Director of the Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery for the Illinois Department of Human Services. Jones toured the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus, and he met with leadership to learn more about behavioral health in the region. Rosecrance leaders were excited to hear about his vision for … Continued