On August 6, members of the Rosecrance Foundation Chicago Board hosted “Pleeztameecha,” an evening of networking at Howells & Hood on the Tribune Plaza. Guests enjoyed an opportunity to network, hear good music and learn about Rosecrance programs and services. The event attracted about 150 people.
Rosecrance Foundation Chicago Board Vice-Chair Dr. June Parks welcomed guests to the event. Rosecrance President/CEO Philip Eaton announced plans to establish a collegiate recovery residence for Chicago-area students.
Rosecrance already serves nearly 1,200 young adults between the ages of 18-25 annually through other levels of addiction care. As a result, Rosecrance is uniquely positioned to develop resources for these individuals and the larger collegiate community in Chicago.
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.
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