Rosecrance is pleased to announce it received three grants that will support virtual programs and enhanced safety measures at treatment sites in Illinois.
The Freeport Community Foundation awarded funds, as did the United Way of Rock River Valley and 815 Community Response Team (815CRT). These will support unanticipated expenses for personal protection equipment, cleaning and infection control measures at facilities, and equipment to deliver virtual and telehealth services.
In addition, Rosecrance received a grant from the Champaign County COVID-19 Response Fund, which is administered by the United Way of Champaign County and the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois. This grant will provide telehealth equipment for clients in central Illinois who rely on Rosecrance’s Mobile Crisis Response program for counseling and support.
“We are grateful for the incredible generosity of the United Way and their community partners,” said Anne Boccignone, Vice President of Communications and Development. “The grants allow us to keep a safe, healthy environment for our clients and staff, and they help us stay connected with those who need our support the most during these challenging times.”