In partnership with the Rosecrance Foundation, the Ramshaw family of Champaign, Illinois hosted an open house at Rosecrance on Moreland in central Illinois for friends and family on November 15, 2018. The open house showcased the new Rosecrance on Moreland facility, which will open to clients in early 2019.
“Since Rosecrance’s entry into central Illinois, the Ramshaw family has been influential and supportive as both board members and friends of Rosecrance,” says Anne Boccignone, Rosecrance Vice President of Communications and Development. “This special event helped to highlight our new efforts in central Illinois to expand and improve treatment services for substance use disorder. We were grateful for the opportunity to connect with community members to discuss how together we can save and change even more lives.”
Work to complete Rosecrance on Moreland in Champaign-Urbana has been underway for several months and many of you may have seen in-progress photos of the rubble and empty rooms in last month’s newsletter. As the facility gets ready to open it’s easy to imagine the healing and recovery that will take place inside its walls.
Rosecrance will serve over 6,000 clients this year through our substance abuse and mental health programs in central Illinois, and this new facility will further expand that reach. With adult residential and outpatient treatment, and structured supportive recovery living, Rosecrance on Moreland will be a true “Center for Recovery” that provides a healing and nurturing environment to young adults and adults from the community and the university who struggling with addiction.
With a campaign goal of nearly one million dollars, Rosecrance continues to raise funds to support this important project, which will bring hope to so many. Philanthropic support will provide funds for the renovation and furnishings of the new facility.
A Grand Opening for the public will take place at Rosecrance on Moreland on January 9, 2018 from 4 – 6 pm. The event will include tours of the facility, inspiring stories of recovery and remarks from Rosecrance and community leaders.