Rosecrance Acquires Connections

Rosecrance Health Network, a national leader in behavioral health care based in Rockford, IL, has acquired Connections Counseling, an agency with an impressive 18-year history in the Madison, Wisconsin area. The agreement became effective December 31, 2020.

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COVID-19 Procedures

During the COVID crisis, Connections provides both office based and telehealth Individual psychotherapy, psychiatry, and IOP. Groups at Connections are active via video link. If you are a Connections patient exhibiting flu-like symptoms, PLEASE protect yourself and others, cancel appointments via phone or email.

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We at Connections Counseling believe

Connections Counseling supports speaking out against racial injustice.  We stand with those who are fighting for systemic reform, safety and equity for all people.  We are committed to acknowledge and dismantle inequities within our policies, systems, programs, and services so we can better support our staff and clients.   

Connections Counseling has taken action by providing Witnessing Whiteness Workshop to all of our staff. The workshop offers practical information on building knowledge, skills, capacities, and communities that support anti-racism practices, a hopeful look at our collective future, and a discussion of how to create a culture of witnesses who support allies for social and racial justice.

Connections has also developed a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) workgroup that will inform system improvements as a means of accountability to sustain change


Pandemic not the only cause for rise in overdoses

Connections Counseling psychotherapist Cory Divine and other local experts provide background on increasing overdoses in Dane County.   Aired on Fox47 July 21, 2020 MADISON, Wis. -- Calls for suspected overdoses are on the rise in Dane County. While the issue can partly be blamed on the isolation and loneliness brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, that's not the main cause.

According to data from Dane County Emergency Management, first responders have been called for 693 patients suspected of overdosing on opioids from January 1 to July 5, 2020. In that same time period in 2019, there were 426 patients.

Pandemic overdoses Fox47 video link

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