Marzec named Vice President of Access Services

ROCKFORD – Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Barbara Marzec has been named Vice President of Access Services. In this role, she oversees access to services, assessments, and admissions for all Rosecrance Inc. substance use programs, as well as and mental health residential treatment at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus. Marzec is an expert in … Continued

Rosecrance receives grant from Club Blue

Rosecrance is pleased to announce it received a grant that will support mental health crisis services in northern Illinois. The grant, from Club Blue’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, will help the Mobile Crisis Response team continue to provide care within 90 minutes of notification to children in mental health crises. The team responds to more than … Continued

Rosecrance receives grant from Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund

Rosecrance is pleased to announce it has received a $100,000 grant from the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund (ICRF) that will help sustain critical services in the community. The ICRF is designed to provide flexible funding to local nonprofit organizations across Illinois to supply essential resources to the individuals and households most impacted by the COVID-19 … Continued

Rosecrance receives top marks for quality of care

Four leading insurance companies have recognized Rosecrance’s commitment to providing the highest level of care to clients. These distinctions are designed to help people seeking treatment find quality substance use disorder and mental health programs. Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Optum require healthcare providers to meet criteria focused on quality, evidence-based practices, … Continued

Rosecrance receives three local grants

Rosecrance is pleased to announce it received three grants that will support virtual programs and enhanced safety measures at treatment sites in Illinois. The Freeport Community Foundation awarded funds, as did the United Way of Rock River Valley and 815 Community Response Team (815CRT). These will support unanticipated expenses for personal protection equipment, cleaning and … Continued

Carlene Cardosi named Chief Operating Officer

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Carlene Cardosi, LCSW, CADC, has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer of Rosecrance, Inc., and will join the Rosecrance Health Network administrative team with responsibility for operations, strategy, and vision. Cardosi has been with Rosecrance since 2008 and has worked at both the adolescent and adult residential substance … Continued

Rosecrance offering virtual substance abuse and mental health resources

Long before the COVID-19 outbreak upended everyday life, many Americans already were struggling with substance abuse and mental health challenges. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), mental illness affected 47 million American adults, and 17 million reported having impairments from major depressive episodes in 2017-2018, in addition to three million youth … Continued

Rosecrance to participate in national learning opportunity

Rosecrance has been chosen to participate in a yearlong learning community focused on finding ways organizations can better encourage clients with severe mental health disorders to follow prescribed treatment plans. Funded by the National Council on Behavioral Health, the Medication Adherence Learning Community will connect 10 community-based behavioral health organizations with experts in the field … Continued