An Overview of Rogers Behavioral Health
Rogers Behavioral Health is a private, non-profit provider of specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment services.
In the years after its founding in 1907, Rogers has grown to be a leading provider of evidence-based therapy for many mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
Rogers, a non-profit mental health and addiction treatment facility, was founded in Wisconsin in 1907 and today has sites in seven states.
Specialized care for children, adolescents, and adults has been shown effective. Rogers offers its services in an increasing number of towns and cities around the United States.
In addition, Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation and Rogers InHealth, an effort to eradicate mental health stigma, are part of the system.
To help individuals attain their greatest potential for health and well-being, we provide highly effective mental health and addiction treatment services.
Our Goals and Objectives
Mental illness, addiction, and stigma will no longer define who we are and how we live our lives in the future. To achieve this goal, we consistently raise the bar for behavioral healthcare and demonstrate remarkable results while acting with compassion and respect.
Excellence—we are dedicated to improving our services continuously, particularly by attracting and retaining top-notch medical professionals who can provide patients with the most cutting-edge treatments and the most successful results.
Our goal is to create an environment where our staff, patients, and their families are treated with compassion and respect.
Patients, family members, referring doctors, and payers have a right to expect high-quality, cost-effective ,and sustainable care from us.
The Rogers Equity Principles Statement
While providing culturally sensitive and affirming care for our patients and their families, Rogers pledges to develop and hold ourselves honestly responsible for an equitable, diverse, inclusive workplace. All of our staff and the people we serve must be included in our efforts to attain this goal.
As a social justice champion, Rogers believes that all individuals have the right to achieve their full potential. With the help of our partners and our internal resources, we will work together to bring about long-term and sustainable solutions to mental health disparities and systematic oppression.
Locations for treatment
We provide treatment alternatives ranging from California to Florida to Georgia to Illinois to Minnesota to Pennsylvania to Tennessee to Washington to Wisconsin. We have several possibilities to choose from.
Whom do we treat?
Assisting Children and Teenagers
Adolescent and children’s mental health services
Anguish sets in when you see a youngster battling behavioral issues or mental illness. Understanding and discussing this topic might be tough. Trying to handle it on your own or experimenting with various therapy options may be quite stressful.
You’ve got it, and we’re here to assist.
You and your kid are not alone. In terms of therapeutic options for children and adolescents, Rogers is one of the most extensive. Intensive psychiatric care, education, tried-and-true treatment alternatives, and unflinching support for families in need are all part of what we do here.
We provide the following services to children and adolescents:
- Hospitalization in Brown Deer, Oconomowoc, and West Allis, Wisconsin,
- Outpatient treatment in several places around the United States
- Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, offers residential treatment for teenagers (8-14 years old), as well as our Focus Depression Recovery program for those 13-17 years old in West Allis, Wisconsin, and our Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Program for those 12-17 years old in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.
Our nationally known, a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists and psychologists collaborate with parents, school staff, and referring clinicians to build a customized treatment plan to help the child achieve the confidence and skills necessary to overcome their issues.
Taking care of the Elderly
specialized mental health services to assist you in regaining a sense of hope
Addiction and behavioral health disorders frequently bring a sense of failure and inadequacy that many adults experience. Progress and setbacks are common in efforts to improve one’s life. There is, nevertheless, a glimmer of optimism even amid despair.
We get it, and we’re here to provide a hand.
You don’t have to do it on your own. Rogers Behavioral Health offers a wide spectrum of mental health issues with thorough and specialized therapy.
As a team, we are dedicated to working with patients to better understand their thoughts and emotions, create and achieve realistic objectives, and find long-term solutions.
A staff of nationally known, board-certified psychiatrists at Rogers have the skills required to handle even the most difficult cases and co-occurring illnesses.
Mental health and addiction experts such as psychiatrists and psychologists work together with a wide range of other professionals to give you a proven combination of treatment and medication.
Is rogers behavioral health a psychiatric facility?
Hospitalization in Los Angeles for intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization.
For more than 110 years, Rogers has been a resource for those needing assistance getting back on their feet. We’re here to do the same now in the Los Angeles community by delivering high-quality therapy and compassionate care to people battling mental health.
Rogers is proud to be our third California site and help fulfill the growing need for high-quality mental health care throughout the country. Patients in need of more advanced outpatient treatments may now access them at our new Los Angeles clinic, modeled like our East Bay and San Diego locations.
Psychiatrists and a diverse team of professionals provide evidence-based, tailored therapy to patients.
The third Saturday of every other month, 10 to 11:30 a.m. PT, is a free virtual support group for families. Email Amy.Prout@rogersbh.org for further information.
The Five Most Common Issues Raised by Guests
How long will I be there if I come to Rogers for therapy?
Your duration of stay depends on whatever sort of care and degree of treatment we’re admitting you to, as well as your prior history, present symptoms, support networks, resources and risk factors.
We estimate the typical duration of stay to be 3 to 12 days for an inpatient hospitalization, 30 to 60 days for residential care, and 3 to 7 weeks for partial hospitalization and intense outpatient therapy. These figures might vary depending on individual requirements and insurance coverage.
Can I quit therapy anytime I want?
You may seek a discharge at any time. However, we encourage that any choices regarding discharge be made jointly with the treatment team so that a comprehensive aftercare plan can be devised and organized.
If you are getting treatment due to a court order, a doctor’s permission to discharge is necessary before you may leave. In the circumstances involving immediate concerns for your safety, an additional examination may be essential.
How much does therapy cost at Rogers?
Our insurance price calculator will help you estimate the out-of-pocket expenses of your care (the amount you may anticipate to owe for your treatment) (the amount you can expect to owe for your treatment).
The federal government compels us to publish standard costs for inpatient and outpatient treatments and commodities we offer, and this tool goes beyond that obligation to help you estimate the cost depending on your insurance plan, including co-pays and deductibles. If you need assistance with your bill, go here to obtain more about our Financial Assistance Policy.
To assist you better understanding healthcare services, the cost of treatment, and comparison shop amongst hospitals, extra information is accessible at wipricepoint.org.
How do I know whether my insurance will pay for treatment?
Because every plan has its restrictions for coverage, you should contact your insurance provider to determine whether you require pre-approval before arranging your admission. Please check the insurance coverage page for additional details.
I thought residential care and inpatient care were the same things? What’s the difference?
The titles of levels of care differ throughout the nation. At Rogers, inpatient care is our highest level of therapy, available to patients who need immediate care and around-the-clock surveillance or stabilization during an acute episode. Inpatient care is given in our hospital facilities, and patients stay until they achieve stable conditions and can continue treatment at lesser levels of care.
At Rogers, residential therapy means you voluntarily live on campus for your entire treatment stay and get intensive care in the same facility. Your period of stay normally lasts 30 to 90 days.