Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation secures funding and provides financial support to advance treatment, education, advocacy, and research on behalf of people with mental health or addiction challenges, their families and the communities we serve.

The Foundation provides the following life-saving initiatives:

  • Advocates on behalf of the mental health care needs of children, teens and adults
  • Increases accessibility to Rogers’ renowned treatment programs through Patient Care Grants
  • Breaks down the stigma of mental health challenges and encourages those in need of help to seek treatment
  • Sustains the Spiritual Care program as a part of the treatment process for patients who request its services
  • Provides for the personal needs of our patients to make the treatment process easier and to increase overall comfort and well-being
  • Supports the growth of the hospital, including its treatment programs and facilities
  • Assists medical staff by funding research initiatives and outcomes studies benefiting patient care at Rogers, as well as the behavioral health care industry as a whole

Craig and Mary Schiefelbein graciously donated $100,000 to help build a new home for the Child & Adolescent Center. This area is proudly named the Schiefelbein Visitor Room in their honor.