Rosecrance begins outpatient group for youth experiencing crisis

Rosecrance is pleased to announce that an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for children ages 8-12 begins on Monday, November 7. This is the first IOP in McHenry County designed for younger children.

This program serves serve youth in crisis for whom residential or hospital settings would not be appropriate. Clients will work with clinicians in small group settings to develop stress management, coping, and communication skills.

IOP sessions will be 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Friday at the Rosecrance Dakota Clinic, 6210 Dakota St., in Crystal Lake. The program will last two to eight weeks depending on each individual’s need.

Please contact Lilliana Klay, LCSW, for more information about the program at 815.276.0566 or

Rosecrance is providing the IOP through a grant from Advance McHenry County.