The Midwestern mental health and addictions care provider will open a new Quad Cities location on 38th Avenue in Moline on August 22.
MOLINE, Ill. — A Midwestern behavioral health group is opening a new location in the Quad Cities, bringing its services across the river.
Rosecrance, a behavioral health service provider with locations across the Midwest, is opening a new location at 4900 38th Avenue in Moline on Monday, August 20.
This is the band’s second location in the Quad City area, alongside the already established location on Kimberly Road in Davenport.
Rosecrance has established health centers across the Midwest; in Iowa, Wisconsin and a large number of places in the suburbs of Chicago.
The organization offers a number of services that specialize in many types of behavioral health care, including mental health, substance abuse, and substance abuse.
The Moline Clinic will offer in-person outpatient mental health and addictions care for all ages when the site opens. Currently, it only offers virtual services.
“We are thrilled to be Champions of Hope for all Quad Cities,” said Austin Gross, Regional Director of Rosecrance Quad Cities. “With locations on both sides of the river, we can connect the entire region to caring, expert behavioral healthcare.”