NAATP Honors Trailblazers in Addiction Treatment Services with 2024 Leadership Awards Career Achievement, Diversity, Journalism, Quality, and Volunteerism

The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) unveiled the recipients of its 2024 awards for leadership excellence in the realm of addiction treatment services. These annual awards commend remarkable achievements, elevate awareness, and galvanize sustained excellence within the industry. The awards serve as a testament to the transformative impact of individuals and organizations committed … Continued

Changing a culture that once ignored mental health

During their time serving the United States, military personnel can encounter traumatic events.  Millions of veterans will carry that trauma with them, resulting in symptoms that indicate there are challenges to their mental health. Around 14% to 16% of U.S. service members who were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq are suffering from PTSD or depression. … Continued

Sioux City native joins Rosecrance Jackson Centers

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Loyanne Jensen has been named the new Director of Development for The Rosecrance Foundation in Iowa. In this role, she will oversee all fundraising and philanthropic activities for Rosecrance Jackson Centers and throughout the state. Jensen, an alumna of Morningside College and a lifelong resident of Sioux City, has … Continued

Finding hope with TMS in Chicago

Americans who struggle with their mental health may have a difficult time finding effective treatment that frees them from the heaviness of depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. But there is hope. Rosecrance Therapies offers a range of treatment options, including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). This non-invasive therapy is an option for individuals with severe depression or … Continued

Resilience Program offers hope to first responders

High-stress jobs are often linked with professions such as first responders and law enforcement. These professions not only expose individuals to high levels of stress but also raise the risk of developing depression and PTSD. It is estimated that 30% of first responders develop behavioral health conditions, such as depression and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which … Continued

Therapeutic recreation finds new allies in Champaign

On Thursday, nearly 40 participants from the surrounding communities attended a workshop at Rosecrance in Moreland on Champaign to learn about therapeutic recreation. Although it is not the first time that therapeutic recreation therapists introduced Rosecrance’s friends and partners to the modality that is woven into substance use disorder treatment for those in residential treatment, … Continued