Rosecrance to offer outpatient drug treatment in Des Plaines
Continuing the services previously provided by the Advocate Addiction Treatment Program, Rosecrance Health Network will offer outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health counseling in Des Plaines beginning Dec. 4.
This transition will afford the community an uninterrupted provision of outpatient substance abuse and mental health services delivered by Rosecrance.
Rosecrance will operate in the same location at 701 Lee St. and continue to serve current clients while also accepting new ones.
In a news release, President David Gomel said that Rosecrance will retain many employees from The Advocate Addiction Treatment Program. Neeva Sandhu has been named the clinical coordinator at the new location.