Alumni make new connections at Rosecrance retreat

Rosecrance hosted a successful first-time hybrid Alumni Renewal Retreat this month, with more than 100 people attending either in person or online. The alumni network had been hosting retreats virtually the past two years because of the pandemic. When planning started for this year’s event, alumni were surveyed and they voted overwhelmingly to meet in … Continued

Making your job a career at Rosecrance

When an employee joins Rosecrance, the hope is that the first day is also a first step in a long professional journey with the organization. Career growth evolves through education and mentorship opportunities that help each employee align their skills with passions. Jami Ditto and Holly Brun experienced this growth firsthand as they traveled different … Continued

Peer mentors pave the path to recovery

When someone seeks treatment and commits to a life of recovery, a network of supportive peers can be one of the most gratifying additions. These new relationships bring fresh perspectives, growth, and strength for the journey; however, it may take an effort to develop connections. Mentorship is one way Rosecrance encourages healthy interactions in the … Continued

Rosecrance celebrates Pride Month

Rosecrance staff and clients participated in a variety of informational and teambuilding activities throughout June to celebrate Pride Month. Activities provided education on the history of Pride Month and value of diversity. In addition, the concept of pride as a recovery value was discussed. Here are a few photo highlights from around the organization.

Art show explores ‘the dreams in our hearts’

Rosecrance clients and staff showed off more than 300 pieces of artwork at the annual Heart Art Show before Valentine’s Day. Dream catchers, paintings, sketches, an interactive exhibit, and a large mural painted by clients at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson, Rosecrance Harrison and Marlowe Recovery House campuses articulated hopes and dreams of the many artists. … Continued