Rosecrance celebrates patients’ graduation and recognizes staff for education milestones

June 18, 2012

Students celebrate the end of school and three students accept certificates

Nancy Golian

Rockford School District teacher Nancy Golian was recognized for her service to Rosecrance patients. Golian, who is retiring from District 205 this year, served the last four years of her public school career on the Rosecrance campus.

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ROCKFORD – Rosecrance had the perfect day for a picnic and a graduation celebration on June 6, as patients and staff came together to commemorate the end of the school year and to recognize education milestones.

A junior high school graduate and two high school graduates were recognized for their accomplishments at the event held at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus. Christine Nicholson, director of the Experiential Therapies Department at the adolescent campus, began the ceremony by presenting each graduate with an official certificate and a small gift. She also distributed client-nominated Recovery Role Model awards to patients who had best demonstrated leadership.

Campus Administrator Jason Gorham also recognized Rockford School District teacher Nancy Golian for her service to Rosecrance patients. Golian, who is retiring from District 205 this year, served the last four years of her public school career on the Rosecrance campus. Special education teachers from District 205 staff the onsite school at the campus.

Contact:
Judy Emerson
Director of Communications
Rosecrance Health Network
1021 N. Mulford Road
Rockford, IL 61107
815.387.5605 (office); 815.262.4685 (cell)
Email: Click here to email Judy

About Rosecrance
Rosecrance is a private not-for-profit organization offering behavioral health services for more than 14,000 children, adolescents, adults and families each year. Rosecrance provides addiction treatment through inpatient and outpatient programs in Rockford, IL, and services at six offices in Chicagoland. Rosecrance offers community mental health services in Rockford and Belvidere. The organization was founded in 1916.

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