are certain indications of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, or hopelessness that some may exhibit, such as:
“It’s important to remember that a single call can truly make a difference in someone’s life,” said Craig Riehle, LCSW, CADC, Rosecrance Admissions Director. “Whether it’s reaching out to check on a fellow service member or finding the necessary resources for support, that one call could be the turning point someone needs.”
Rosecrance is proud to support veteran’s behavioral health needs through the Veterans Affairs Community Care Network. Veterans seeking support in Illinois can call 815-222-7180. More information about support in Iowa is available by calling 712-870-9293.
Free, confidential help is available 24/7/365 to anyone who is struggling or in crisis. Call or text 988 to chat; American Sign Language callers can access a counselor by dialing 988 on a video phone. Veterans seeking support can call or text 988 and press 1.
Hope is a powerful word. It brings people into treatment and helps keep them there – even when it’s hard. At Rosecrance, we take great care in creating hopeful, supportive environments that foster healing. It’s our mission to give our clients the best opportunity for lasting recovery.
With a long history of leadership in substance abuse and mental health care, Rosecrance has grown to more than 60 convenient locations across Chicago, northern Illinois and central Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa. We are a private, not-for-profit organization offering comprehensive, nationally accredited, evidence-based addiction treatment and mental health treatment for children, teens, young adults and adults.
Recovery is possible when hope and determination meet evidence-based treatment delivered by caring, skilled professionals. Our highly trained, fully licensed, experienced and compassionate staff holds itself to the highest possible standards because we understand our efforts change – and save – lives every day.