Mental health services for adults
Call 815-968-9300 for immediate adult mental health services help.
Rosecrance is dedicated to providing caring, personalized solutions for individuals and families living with emotional disorders and mental illness. Our array of coordinated services is readily accessible and well connected to a local network of premier healthcare agencies.
Rosecrance provides an array of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for adults. Our professional staff treats a variety of mental illnesses, from anxiety disorders and depression to schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. We employ board-certified psychiatrists. The center provides group and individual therapy, financial assistance, living assistance and vocational help.
Access Center/Emergency Services
The Access Center serves as the entry point for adult individuals seeking mental health services at the Ware Center. Access provides the initial mental health screening and a referral to a counselor for short-term therapy (typically 12 weeks or fewer).
Emergency Services helps adults experiencing a crisis in mental health. Crisis intervention is provided 24/7/365.
The Crisis Residential program is a voluntary residential program for individuals in behavioral health crisis who do not need inpatient hospitalization but require stabilization and 24-hour supervision. Clients may be transferred to the program from the Rosecrance Triage Center if they meet admission criteria.
Crisis Residential FAQ
The Rosecrance Triage Center is a component of the Northwest Care Crisis System (NCCS). It’s a voluntary facility at the Rosecrance Ware Center, 526 W. State St., Rockford, where mental health patients 18 years and older can be evaluated for further treatment.
Rosecrance Triage Center FAQ
Rosecrance offers Lifeline, a 24/7 crisis hotline for those experiencing a mental health emergency. Lifeline features a dedicated line for veterans.
The Therapeutic Intervention Program community support team provides case management, skill building and therapy to adults with a serious mental illness who have been arrested for misdemeanor or non-violent felony offenses. Established in 2005, the program has had a success rate greater than 90%.
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness provides outreach and therapeutic services to individuals who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless and have a serious mental illness or co-occurring disorder.
The Homeless Mental Health Program provides mental health services to individuals who are homeless and have mental illness. The program is a collaboration between Rosecrance, Crusader Community Health and Carpenter’s Place.
Forensic Services provides screening for mental illness and psychiatric crisis to adult offenders at the Winnebago County Justice Center. Individuals typically are referred to Rosecrance for further therapy after discharge.
Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment provides therapeutic services to individuals diagnosed with a mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse.
Pre-Admission Screening provides behavioral health pre-admission screening for adults being discharged from the hospital to a nursing home setting.
Money Follows the Person is part of a statewide community reintegration program. The program assists individuals living in nursing homes for three months or longer to transition back into a home and community-based setting. Participation is voluntary, and Rosecrance is one of the few agencies selected to pilot the program.
Rosecrance’s partnership with Crusader Community Health includes perinatal depression screenings at Crusader’s Broadway location.