Rosecrance Health Network
(formerly Prairie Center)

1222 E Voorhees
Danville, IL 61834

(217) 477-4500

Philip Eaton, Chief Executive Officer
21 Member Voluntary Board





For nearly 50 years, Prairie Center has been providing comprehensive prevention, intervention, and treatment services for those impacted by alcoholism and drug additions.  Our work focuses on healing not only the individuals dealing with addiction, but the families and communities across East Central Illinois they are a part of as well.

Substance abuse is a leading public health issue impacting tens of thousands of people and their families in the region.  In addition to the deep toll that addiction has on personal lives - including on relationships, jobs, and health - families are also impacted when someone close to them has a dependency issue.  Substance abuse also has a profound and substantially negative impact on law enforcement, jails and courts, health care, and educational systems.

Prairie Center offers a full array of treatment services including assessment, outpatient, intensive outpatient, residential, and aftercare services.  Additionally, we provide DUI assessment and risk education programs.  Specialized correctional services, intensive case management services, toxicology testing, a youth outpatient program, and comprehensive prevention and education programming are also offered.

Our services are confidential and our trained team of professionals helps each client develop a unique and personalized plan to treat all aspects of the disease and circumstance.  And while Prairie Center does accept insurance and Medicaid, we do not turn people away for a lack of coverage or funds.  If you want help, our doors are open for you regardless of circumstances.

Prairie Center, which has offices in Champaign, Urbana, and Danville, is funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services, the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services, the Vermilion County Mental Health 708 Board, United Way of Danville, United Way of Champaign County, federal grant funding, private and public contracts, client fees, insurance reimbursements, and private contributions.

If you or someone you know or love has a substance abuse problem, please know you are now alone.  Each year we touch over 20,000 lives impacted by this disease.  If you or someone close to you needs help, contact our Danville office at 217-477-4500 or

Please note that not all services and programs we offer are available at all of our locations.