A Message from our CEO

Substance Abuse and Mental Health during COVID-19 crisis Now, more than ever, families are concerned about their loved ones. That concern is even greater when a child, spouse, brother, or sister is struggling with a mental health or substance use disorder. The World Health Organization recently warned that such conditions will increase during times of … Continued

Three Benefits of 12-Step Programs

At Rosecrance Central Illinois, we leverage the 12-Step method as an integral part of our evidence-based treatment and recovery program. It is foundational to our treatment services, because it provides three key benefits to our patients: It [12-Step Programs] is time-tested… Introduced in the 1930s, the 12-Step method is an effective set of principles and … Continued

Detox: The First Step to Addiction Treatment

When it comes to addiction and drug abuse recovery, you or your loved one are not alone. More than 20 million Americans have a substance use disorder, yet the vast majority do not seek treatment despite negative life consequences. The families of central Illinois have been particularly affected by this national health crisis. The good … Continued

Rosecrance announces administrative transitions to lead client care mission

A series of recent leadership moves within Rosecrance will add fresh perspectives and new positions to the organization. These changes will enhance Rosecrance’s focus on hope-filled integrated behavioral health care. Central Illinois native Joey King, LCPC, has been hired as the Rosecrance Central Illinois executive director. King is an expert in behavioral health services, including … Continued

New medical director named at Rosecrance Jackson Centers

Rosecrance has appointed Dr. Randall Wood as the new Medical Director at Rosecrance Jackson Centers, which serves the Sioux City, Iowa, area. Dr. Wood graduated from the University of South Dakota Medical School in 2006 and completed his residency at Vanderbilt University in Emergency Medicine. Additionally, he is board certified in emergency medicine. Prior to … 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

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