The road to lasting recovery from substance abuse and addiction begins at Rosecrance

Our mission is to give you the best opportunity for lifelong recovery.

Your dreams are achievable, your hope is here, and your lasting recovery is possible.

Hope begins here. From the moment you walk through our doors, you are part of our community. We understand that what you’re going through can feel overwhelming, so we’ll make that first step as easy as possible.

Learning how addiction affects you and others

Our evidence-based program helps you gain critical self-awareness to give you a roadmap moving forward to lasting recovery. The first step is to complete an assessment so we can build the right treatment plan to help you achieve your potential.

The assessment can be completed over the phone or in person, depending on your individual situation. This gives our team a chance to understand how your struggle with substance use disorder affects your life and your loved ones’ lives, so we can determine the right steps moving forward. Addiction is a complex brain disease, and you are taking an important first step in seeking treatment from an expert clinical staff. We’re here to help. We offer several levels of care, depending on your individual needs and the recommendations of our clinical staff. This is all part of our continuum of care, as part of your treatment and recovery journey.

If you’re ready to change your life for the better, we encourage you to take that first step with us. Please download the appropriate assessment form below and fill it out in advance of your first visit, if possible. If you do not have access to a printer, you are always welcome to fill out these forms in person.

Download forms here

Before starting the assessment, please download one of our assessment forms at the links below and fill out the appropriate form in advance, if possible. Click on the listings below to see a printable version of the form. When completed, send to the email address listed next to the form.

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Call (888) 928-5278

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The phone call assessment process

At Rosecrance, our skilled, caring team is ready to answer your initial call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply call 888-928-5278 to speak with us confidentially.

During this first conversation, we’ll ask about your situation as well as other important information. We’ll help you understand the next steps toward your recovery and how we can help you take them.

After your initial phone call, we’d like to meet you and conduct an in-person assessment. We will set a time and location for our in-person assessment during our call.

How to prepare for treatment

Before you begin treatment, we recommend that you gather important documents and contact information, schedule elective appointments, and create an up-to-date list of prescribed medications. Inpatient clients should bring a 30-day supply of medications in their original containers.

If you’re receiving outpatient treatment, it’s important to have childcare and transportation issues resolved before treatment starts. Please let us know about any problems with transportation or childcare right away.

Please bring the following for your assessment:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance/medical card (if insured) or Medicaid/Medicare card
  • Proof of income (example: bank statement, check stub, W2 form, tax return, unemployment letter, disability letter)
  • If no income: proof of income letter from Social Security showing FICA earnings/no earnings

Taking care of treatment costs

After your assessment, your counselor will set up a meeting with a financial case manager. Your case manager is there to help you understand your health plan coverage and any potential out-of-pocket expenses, as well as our charity care/patient assistance fund and any other payment options you may need.

If you have any questions about the cost of care or the patient assistance application process, click here.

What to bring–and what not to bring–to residential treatment

When packing for residential treatment, knowing what NOT to bring for your stay is as important as knowing what you should bring with you.

If you’ll be treated at the Rosecrance Health Center, check the following list for items to bring or leave at home: