Philanthropic support brings specialty treatment services to Sheboygan, Wisconsin

(SHEBOYGAN, WIS) Rogers Behavioral Health gained approval to break ground in late spring on a new treatment location at 1108 S. Wildwood Ave. in Sheboygan. Expected to open in late 2020 or early 2021, the $4 million project will provide mental health services for adults and adolescents and was made possible by a donor, who…

Pottery wheel teaches value of slowing our minds and bodies

Even the smallest of items can bring about big learning opportunities for individuals receiving care at Rogers Behavioral Health. This was made evident recently when the experiential therapy team approached Rogers Foundation to request funds to purchase a pottery wheel. While the pottery wheel may have been built to create an object out of clay,…

Pure Barre in Delafield, Wisconsin lives out positivity and wellness with donation drive

A local business devoted to positivity and health strengthened their relationship with Rogers after hosting a gift drive in November. Pure Barre in Delafield, Wisconsin, a fitness center that neighbors Rogers Behavioral Health in Oconomowoc, encouraged its 175 members and 18 staff members to donate items to patients who were going through treatment over the…

Giving Ole St. Nick a run for his money

This time every year, staff at Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation reflects, in amazement, at the generosity of our community neighbors, both corporate and individual. They may not wear Santa hats (but sometimes they do!) or have flying reindeer, but they still bring magic to children and adolescents receiving treatment at Rogers Behavioral Health over the…

Foundation’s grant helps cement recovery for a grateful patient

Before coming to Rogers, I had spent 7 years in a constant state of crisis. Everyone had given up on me. I had been told I wasn’t allowed back to certain hospitals because they couldn’t help me, I had seen more therapists than I could count, which usually ended with me being kicked out of…

Gift collection breaks record, supplies happy smiles

The employees at Lakeland Supply spend their days supplying people with important things they need to do their work. And they do the same for Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation in our gift drive. This long-time donor and philanthropic neighbor donated items to support patients who remain in treatment over the holidays, dedicated to the hard…

MSI General builds goodwill this holiday season

This holiday, MSI General built something different than the commercial, retail, educational and other building projects they usually create – this winter, they built goodwill thanks to their annual True Blue Toy Drive. A design/build firm in Oconomowoc, they’ve been an amazing neighbor and friend to the patients at Rogers, and for a number of…

Ellenbecker Investment Group invests in the future through gift drive

Investing for the future is more than the core business of Ellenbecker Investment Group, Inc. – it’s also a way of life for its leaders and employees. For over a decade, President Julie Ellenbecker-Lipsky has been a strong supporter of Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation.  The Pewaukee-based company has participated in the holiday gift drive ever…

Former patient brings holiday cheer to children at Rogers: “I want them to know they’re loved and they’re important.”

When Marissa Baylerian heard there were 500 children and teens throughout Rogers’ Wisconsin locations who would be in treatment over the holidays, she knew instantly she wanted to help make their season brighter. “I can’t imagine what it would be like to spend Christmas in treatment,” says Marissa. “I want them to know they’re loved…

Providing moments of joy, close to home

Three Rogers Behavioral Health departments got together for several charitable projects over the holidays, and Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation was one of the lucky recipients of their generosity. Patient Financial Services, Health Information, and Physician Credentialing are located at the Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, campus. They have come together for several years to make fleece blankets for…