The September edition of the Rosecrance eNewsletter is now available. The eNewsletter features Cooking Up Hope, the Art of Healing art gallery and two training opportunities. Click here to read the newsletter. Click here to subscribe by email.
In honor of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Rosecrance and Barnes & Noble are sponsoring the “Art of Healing” art gallery this October at the bookstore at CherryVale Mall. This is the seventh time Rosecrance has sponsored a gallery of artwork produced by mental health clients and the first time artwork by substance abuse clients has … Continued
Rosecrance and Winnebago County Juvenile Probation will collaborate on a new $250,000 Youth Recovery Court, the first of its kind in Illinois. The collaboration will serve youths ages 10-17 in juvenile delinquency court who have committed nonviolent offenses and have a serious mental illness, a history of trauma or mental disorders coupled with substance abuse … Continued
Download this news release as a PDF ROCKFORD – Rosecrance President/CEO Philip W. Eaton announced today that the downtown Janet Wattles Center building will be renamed the “Rosecrance Ware Center” to honor the agency’s longtime director, Frank Ware, who died unexpectedly in February. At an event held outside the newly dedicated Rosecrance Ware Center at … Continued
The August edition of the Rosecrance eNewsletter is now available. Click here to read the newsletter. Click here to subscribe by email.
Rosecrance Health Network is sponsoring “The Art of Healing” art show at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at CherryVale Mall in Cherry Valley, IL. Works of artists who are in recovery from mental illness and/or substance abuse will be featured in the show. There will be a special section in the store for children’s art. The … Continued
The Stars of Light Theatre Troupe from Janet Wattles Center received the Group Volunteer of the Year Award from the United Way of Rock River Valley at a ceremony Monday, June 27, at Klehm Arboretum. For more than16 years, the troupe has presented more than 200 shows in which they educate audience about mental illness … Continued