Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus

3.8 (13 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
1601 N University Dr
Rockford, IL 61101
8889285278 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Rosecrance Griffin - Williamson Campus provides chemical dependency treatment for adolescents in evidence-based, 12-step-focused programs including medically monitored detoxification, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient care, and recovery homes. Individualized treatment plans include clinical, medical and experiential therapies to promote long-term recovery.

Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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LAC

Generally, we are very impressed with Rosecrance. Our 18 year old son admitted himself to Rosecrance Griffin for substance abuse and major depressive disorder. From a parent's perspective, the assessm...

Anonymous

Excellent, caring.

Anonymous

Excellent.Clean. Highly trained staff. Not accessible to people who can't afford to pay for their own treatment or don't have excellent private insurance. However, even the daily copay with insurance ...

Anonymous

It wasn't for me it was for my niece so unsure.

Anonymous

Rosecrance has been around a long time and is one of the top 3 facilities in the country. Good curriculum, encourage client feedback. Hard to keep staff.

Alex

Lots of gang members, also witnessed a lot of boxing, they put 18 year olds with kids under 18. Tiny beds, gross bathrooms, make the clients clean. Only positive was the food.

AAA

Helpful with intimate one n one patient work Getting to one on one treatment time was a downfall. Great place very fun

Jonathan

Very fun, very comfortable, very educational

MT

I hated the crance

Anonymous

Good treatment center for young adults get to be around people your own age that are struggling with same things you are so they understand. However, not enough staff.

David

He dint meet his primary councilor for 4 days and the person who discharged him didnt know him and sent us out the door in 3 minutes. Terrible communication. No improvement in son's condition. Nice f...

Nick

The staff and counselors were extremely kind, caring, and took pride in their jobs rather than for the money. There were 6 total patient groups in the facility(4 male groups and 2 female groups) and a...

Coleen

Let the kids go outside more or make them go outside more rosecrance has a pond, rockfalls hiking trails ect... it would be nice for the kids to go outside for groups it's very peaceful outside by t...


Areas of Focus
Intensive Outpatient program

The Intensive Outpatient program focuses on recovery skills while you stay in your home environment. Topics of lectures and groups include coping skills to prevent use, relapse prevention planning, the disease of addiction and its impact on an individual and their family, recovery management skills, anger management, using sober support, thinking errors and the effect of drugs on your body.

Adolescent substance abuse services

Addressing an adolescent’s struggle with substance abuse means understanding the emotional, developmental, physical, psychological, familial, social and cultural factors involved in their addiction. At Rosecrance, we have developed an evidence-based, 12 Step-based program that incorporates clinical, medical, educational and experiential therapies into a comprehensive individualized treatment plan.

Key Staff Members
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    Judith Jobe, MS, CSADC - Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer

    Judi Jobe directs and coordinates all activities related to organizational development and performance improvement. In her tenure with Rosecrance, she has developed and implemented numerous programs that have received national and state recognition and have been adopted at best practice models. Jobe secured grants to establish a long-term recovery home for women with children and the study of adolescent aftercare models. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Family Services from Northern Illinois University, and a Master of Science in Management from Cardinal Stritch College.

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    Thomas Wright, MD, Addictionologist - Chief Medical Officer/Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs

    Dr. Thomas Wright oversees all medical operations for Rosecrance. He specializes in working with adolescents who have a co-existing or secondary diagnosis in addition to an addiction disorder. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the field. Dr. Wright is certified as a child and adolescent psychiatrist by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and in addiction medicine by the American Society of Addiction Medicine. He served on the faculty at Northwestern Medical College in Chicago and at The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago and Rockford.