Rosecrance Griffin-Williamson Campus
Substance abuse treatment programs for adolescents age 13-18, with some exceptions for 12 and 19 year olds. Professional counselors, psychiatrist on staff for co-occuring disorders, recreational therapy, teachers provide academic lessons during week. Fees-accepts Medicaid and most insurance. $685/day charge for in-patient program. In-patient program lasts 3.5-5.5 weeks, outpatient fees vary. M-F 8:00-8:00, Sa-Su 8:00-4:30.
- Griffin Williamson Campus
- 1601 University Drive
Rockford, IL 61107
- Phone: 815-391-1000
- Toll Free: 888-9-AT-LAST/888-928-5278
LYDIA Home Association- Rockford
Lydia Home Association offers “Safe Families for Children” which assists families during times of crisis such as unemployment, eviction or homelessness, family medical crisis, pregnant teens, post partum depression, etc., preventing the need for children to be placed in foster care by offering temporary placement. Also offers LYDIA’s Residential Treatment Program for children and adolescents with severe behavioral problems, provides for counseling services, and has LYDIA Urban Academy in Rockford.
- 2323 South Sixth St., Suite 2
Rockford, IL 61104
- Phone: 815-966-0039
- Fax: 815-965-3721
Streamwood Behavioral Health – Rock River Residential Center
A residential facility which offers specialized treatment services for female adolescents, ages 10-21, who are experiencing significant emotional, social and/or behavioral difficulties. Offers long-term therapeutic environment for female adolescents with long-standing behavioral health problems with a balance of therapies and activities in a safe, structured setting. Each adolescent receives individual wrap-around care led by a psychiatrist and administered by a multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, teachers and mental health counselors to address all medical, psychiatric, social, and academic needs of the adolescent. All Rock River residents attend the Rock River Academy therapeutic day school or attend public schools within the community.
- Rockford, IL (Address of facility not disclosed)
- Rockford campus: 815-877-3440
Main office: 630-837-9000
Toll free: 800-272-7790
Swedish American Hospital Center for Mental Health
Behavioral Health Resources is a full-service outpatient program. Staff psychiatrists provide diagnostic evaluation and medication management for children and adolescents. Licensed counselors and licensed social workers provide individual, family, and group therapies. Partial hospitalization and inpatient programs include psychiatric units for adolescents. Outpatient program open 8am-7pm M-Th, 8am-5pm F. Inpatient&partial hospitalization program accept Medicaid, outpatient program does not. 30% discount for people who do not have mental health insurance coverage.
- 1401 East State Street
Rockford, IL 61104
- Phone: 815-489-4123
- 24 Hour Crisis Line: 815-966-2273
or Toll Free: 800-932-1810
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