Data helps guide client success at Rosecrance

As a respected national leader in behavioral healthcare, Rosecrance offers clients the best opportunity for lasting recovery through exceptional evidence-based care. Insurance providers have noticed this dedication, and have honored Rosecrance for excellence in recent years. Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Optum require healthcare providers to meet criteria focused on quality, evidence-based practices, and commitment to … Continued

‘On Your Radar,’ episode 4: COVID-19 and current clinical intervention methods

  An important part of the teen experience is the socialization that comes with attending school. Those all-important interactions with their peers. Making friends, going to proms, graduating and saying goodbye. For teens who’ve lived through the year of COVID-19, missing out on those interactions can be more traumatic than any adult might understand. Filling … Continued

State SUPR director visits Rosecrance

Last week, Rosecrance welcomed David T. Jones, Director of the Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery for the Illinois Department of Human Services. Jones toured the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus, and he met with leadership to learn more about behavioral health in the region. Rosecrance leaders were excited to hear about his vision for … Continued

Adams named Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Medical Director

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that Adrienne Adams, M.D., has been named medical director at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus. Adams comes to Rosecrance from Rush University in Chicago, and has more than 15 years of experience in clinical care, administration, and education. Adams earned her M.D. from Wayne State University and a master’s degree … Continued

Take time to invest in social wellness this summer

Spring and summer months are excellent opportunities to invest in different areas of wellness. For May, the Rosecrance therapeutic recreation department asked staff about social wellness, which is one of eight dimensions identified by the Substance Abuse and mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Here are a few of their insights: What does the phrase “you … Continued