Rosecrance is pleased to announce it received a grant for nearly $30,000 from the United Way of Greater McHenry County on July 1, 2018.
These funds will support Rosecrance McHenry programs, including drug and alcohol counseling as well as family and individual counseling.
“We are so thankful to United Way for supporting Rosecrance programs and families in need of our services,” says Rosecrance Director of McHenry and Wisconsin Services, Deborah Smith. “The close relationship between Rosecrance and United Way is improving the health and quality of life for families in the community, step by step, day by day.”
The United Way of Greater McHenry County awards annual grants to 30 local nonprofit partners by an application and review process. Funding requests are reviewed by a panel of community members each spring and awarded in July.
“We are so grateful to the generous donors and supporters throughout McHenry County who have made it possible for us to reinvest $1 million dollars in the 48 programs funded by our United Way,” said United Way Executive Director Carole Peters. “Rosecrance is such an asset to our community and impacts so many of our residents.”