Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus

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Current status Open
Detainees.gif Capacity 78
Checked December 18, 2010
Open.gif Opened 1916

Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus is marketed as a residential treatment center offering detoxing of alcohol and other drugs.

The organization was founded in 1916 and ran groups homes for children in need for many years. In 1980 the organization entered the market for treatment programs [1]

The organization has several departments around the city of Rockford in Illinois which house various program targeted against different target groups:

As of December 2010 the following the campuses are mentioned on the homepage:

  • The Griffin Williamson Campus houses the adolescent program. The target group is teenagers aged between 12 and 18 years of age. The average stay is between 35 and 45 days [2]
  • The Harrison Campus houses the adult program.
  • The Monarch Recovery Homes is two houses (The Hillman House and the Marlowe House)where the teenagers live for a period between 6 and 24 months while they attend school or have a job. There is about 12 teenagers in each home [3].

External Links

Info pages

Community groups

Message boards


  1. Mission & Vision, homepage of the facility
  2. The campus on Google maps
  3. About the program, homepage of the facility