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Rosecrance announces plans for Chicago sober residence for young adults

August 15, 2014
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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At a networking event hosted this month by the Rosecrance Foundation's Chicago board, Rosecrance Health Network president and CEO Philip Eaton announced the addiction and mental health treatment organization's intent to establish a recovery residence for college students in the Chicago area.

The Aug. 6 networking event, titled “Pleeztameecha” and held at the Tribune Plaza in downtown Chicago, featured food and music and attracted around 150 attendees who learned about Rosecrance's diverse programs in behavioral health and integrated care.

A statement from the Rockford, Ill.-based agency reads, “Rosecrance's vision is to provide a collegiate recovery residence and integrated behavioral health clinic at a strategic location in Chicago to support a drug-free environment and recovery principles for young adults.”