Rosecrance

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Rosecrance
Non-profit
GenreBehavioral health, drug and alcohol addiction, mental illness, interventions
FoundedNew Milford, Illinois, U.S. (Aug. 11, 1916 (Aug. 11, 1916))
FounderDr. James and Fannie Rosecrance
Headquarters1021 North Mulford Road, ,
Number of locations
40 facilities
Area served
North America
Key people
Philip Eaton (CEO), David Gomel
Number of employees
600 (estimate)
Websitewww.rosecrance.org

Rosecrance is a private, not-for-profit behavioral health organization based in Rockford, Illinois. It offers both inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults and families.

Rosecrance provides evidence-based addiction treatment through inpatient programs in Rockford and outpatient services in Rockford and six offices in the Chicago area. Rosecrance offers outpatient mental health treatment services in Rockford.

Rosecrance is affiliated with Aspen Counseling & Consulting.

History[edit]

In 1864, Dr. James and Frannie Rosecrance built a 16-room white house that is now a landmark in New Milford, Illinois. First erected as a clinic for Civil War soldiers, the structure switched focus to youth and families by the late 1800s.[1] The Rosecrances left provisions in their wills to turn the house into the Rosecrance Memorial Home for Children on Aug. 11, 1916.[2] The home operated as an orphanage for boys until the early 1950s.[3]

Rosecrance has grown from serving 12 to 18 boys in 1916 to more than 5,000 families annually (5,422 admissions in fiscal year 2010).[4]

In 1995, Rosecrance opened a $5.3 million, 76-bed adult treatment center in Rockford.[5]

In early 2004, it opened the $14 million, 78-bed, state-of-the-art Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus to treat adolescents.[6]

In early 2010, Rosecrance merged with the Janet Wattles Center and its subsidiaries.[4]

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