Rosecrance Health Network is pleased to announce the execution of the affiliation agreement with Jackson Recovery Centers, effective January 1, 2019.
In July the organizations shared their intent to affiliate, a move that expands behavioral health treatment options in the region and throughout the Midwest.
Rosecrance has a long, successful history of significant affiliations, mergers and acquisitions. This affiliation expands addiction treatment and results in more integrated behavioral health services in the Siouxland region. Rosecrance is the largest provider of residential substance abuse treatment services for teens in Illinois and the adult inpatient campus is one of the largest in that state. With the addition of Jackson, Rosecrance now operates nearly 60 locations throughout the Midwest, with total revenue of over $100 million and over 1,400 staff to conduct and manage operations.
“With over a century of experience, Rosecrance has expertise in delivering a full continuum of evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment services,” said Rosecrance President/CEO Phil Eaton. “We continue to cultivate the culture of recovery and offer hope to more families by identifying opportunities with like-minded providers and, most importantly, expanding and improving care for thousands of people seeking treatment in Iowa, the Siouxland area and beyond,” Eaton said.
This seamless transition will afford the region an uninterrupted provision of substance abuse services delivered by Jackson Recovery Centers.
“By joining Rosecrance Health Network, Jackson will continue to provide high quality, integrated care to thousands of patients we serve each year,” said Jackson President Kermit Dahlen. “I am confident this affiliation will mean great things for our patients as we strive to create a recovery-centered Siouxland.”