Rosecrance Dakota Clinic provides evidence-based outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment in an environment that fosters lasting recovery.
Rosecrance Greendale House is a transitional living substance abuse recovery program for adults and mothers with their children. Residents focus on the development of essential skills necessary to maintain lasting recovery.
Marlowe House serves female clients aged 15-18 who have completed a substance abuse treatment program. Services include individual and group counseling, family education and counseling, 12-Step meetings and more.
Rosecrance New Life Outpatient Center (formerly New Life), serving the Great Quad Cities since 1991, offers substance abuse treatment to adolescents, adults and families and is known for its OWI (operating while intoxicated) programming.
Rosecrance Harrison Campus is a 97-bed adult treatment center designed to provide a therapeutic environment conducive to recovery.
Located on 50 scenic acres, this 67,000 square foot, 80-bed treatment center for adolescents aged 12-18 includes an on-site school, a chapel, a gymnasium and fitness center and an outdoor dining patio.