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Rosecrance, FHN partner in northwest Illinois

FHN and Rosecrance will work collaboratively to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer of services.

Rosecrance Behavioral Health and FHN are pleased to announce a partnership to enhance behavioral health services to serve northwest Illinois.

The partnership between FHN and Rosecrance Behavioral Health in Freeport ensures continuity in high-quality behavioral health services for the region. Under this partnership, the behavioral health services offered at FHN Family Counseling Center, 421 West Exchange Street, have been transferred to Rosecrance Behavioral Health in Freeport, 1631 S. Galena Ave. This move streamlines the delivery of behavioral health services to clients within the community, while continuing to provide comprehensive care that recognizes the unique needs of each patient.

FHN and Rosecrance will work collaboratively to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer of services that will not disrupt existing FHN patients’ care. The transition of care will also include case management and peer support services through a community-based care team to ensure clients receive the best possible treatment.

“Rosecrance and FHN have enjoyed a healthy partnership in northwest Illinois for many years, and we look forward to expanding services to meet the community’s needs. The smooth and efficient transition of care will be executed with utmost care and attention to detail, ensuring that the clients receive uninterrupted and exceptional care throughout the process,” said Rosecrance Behavioral Health CEO Dave Gomel.

Behavioral health services transferred to Rosecrance include:

  • Psychiatry
  • Individual, group, and family psychotherapy
  • FHN Crisis services will transfer to Rosecrance’s existing crisis care model, which includes mobile crisis response (MCR) and 988 response
  • School-based programs

“Through the transition of behavioral health services to Rosecrance in Freeport, the community members of northwest Illinois will benefit from expanded services across the region,” said FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley. “The new structure reflects our strategy to continually search for improvement opportunities, sustainable arrangements, and high-quality partnerships for select services that will benefit the health of the families we are privileged to serve while strengthening our vision of healthcare excellence for our communities.”

FHN and Rosecrance will continue working collaboratively to meet the region’s behavioral healthcare needs, including this new structure intended to preserve and enhance the specialized services provided in northwest Illinois for mental health and substance use disorders.

Current FHN clients with questions about their services may call 815-599-7300.

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