Thursday, a new treasure of hope was dedicated to help the Substance Abuse Treatment Program further its mission.
The new Rosecrance Griffin Williamson campus is a 67,000 square-foot, 72-bed adolescent treatment center.
The campus is located on 50 acres of land, overlooking ponds and a serenity garden.
Nearly $5 million of the $14 million project was raised through the generosity of the community.
Rosecrance president Philip Eaton says the new treatment center will provide the capacity to offer the gift of recovery to every family that asks for help.
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