In this 10-minute video, Dr. Brad Riemann delivers an important update about how treatment at Rogers Behavioral Health has changed since March.
During the past nine months, our clinical teams have seen a significant increase in the severity of symptoms of individuals coming to Rogers.
Today, our partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs deliver a combination of face-to-face and virtual treatment. Using the latest outcomes data, Rogers is adjusting and refining treatment protocols to best serve the changing needs of our patients.
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