Rosecrance receives grants from Try-Beta Club and John M. Drogosz Memorial Fund

Rosecrance recently received grants from the Try-Beta Club and the John M. Drogosz Memorial Fund of the Freeport Community Foundation to support the renovation of a therapeutic ropes course for adolescent clients in residential treatment. The therapeutic ropes course aligns with Rosecrance’s overall treatment strategy, which focuses on caring for the whole person rather than … Continued

How Men and Women Process Drug Treatment Differently

Every journey in recovery is unique. Some people will require inpatient (residential) treatment programs, while others need an intensive outpatient program, as they’re able to continue with daily activities. Some people will relapse while others won’t, and some need more support than others. While the individual journey is different for everyone, studies show that gender … Continued

Justice Kathryn Zenoff receives IABH Lawrence Goodman Friend of the Field Award

Illinois Appellate Judge Kathryn Zenoff received the 2019 Lawrence Goodman Friend of the Field Award from the Illinois Association for Behavioral Health. The award was named after Larry Goodman, a philanthropist who was deeply committed to funding addiction prevention programs. The award was created in 2004 to recognize “friends of the field,” those individuals who … Continued

When You’re in Recovery but Your Spouse Isn’t

Your recovery is a major part of your life path. You hope your spouse can join you on this journey — but relationships may become complicated when your spouse’s journey doesn’t look the same. So what can you do when you’re in recovery but your spouse isn’t? The impact of recovery on a spouse When … Continued

12 Steps to Sobriety…And the 12 After That

When you begin your journey to recovery, you have a lot of questions about the road ahead. You may have heard that 12-Step programs are an effective tool for many struggling with addiction. But could this really be the right path for you? And what happens after the 12 Steps are through? What Are the … Continued

Miss Illinois visits Rosecrance clients for Red Ribbon Week

Miss Illinois, Ariel Beverly, recently visited Rosecrance for Red Ribbon Week ® to speak with clients and tour the Griffin Williamson Campus in Rockford.  Beverly discussed her experiences with topics such as self-esteem, potential dangers of social media, and overcoming personal obstacles and struggles. “Every single problem that you’ve faced is developing who you are,” … Continued