Rosecrance provides an update on the expansion of residential adult treatment at Griffin Williamson Campus

In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of adolescents and teenagers requiring outpatient treatment.

Although the demand for residential treatment for adolescents and teenagers has decreased, the need for residential services for adults and young adults has increased due to insufficient early intervention.

To meet the evolving needs of the community, Rosecrance has expanded its Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus, which has served teens for nearly 20 years, to now also provide life-saving treatment to adults.

To assist in addressing the unmet needs of adults in the community, Rosecrance has launched a capital campaign to renovate living space for 40 adults at Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus at an estimated cost of $750,000. The aim of this campaign is to provide the necessary physical improvements for adults to focus on and feel their recovery.

“We are currently raising funds to ensure that the patients at Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus receive all the necessary services during their treatment, allowing them to focus on their recovery with ease. We are extremely grateful for the generosity of all those who have contributed, especially the Kelley Williamson Company, for providing the lead gift in this campaign. We would also like to express our gratitude to the state of Illinois, with special recognition to Senator Steve Stadelman, for their continued support toward Rosecrance and the entire community,” said Rosecrance President and CEO Dave Gomel, Ph.D.