Increasing Access to Specialty Programs and Resources
Established in 1907, Rogers Behavioral Health has grown from a single hospital in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin to a nationwide system that is recognized internationally for its specialized mental health and addiction treatment programs.
Rogers remains focused on providing a place to turn for people struggling with mental health challenges. That “place to turn” for specialized treatment is woefully lacking in countless communities across the United States. With support from gracious friends of Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation, Rogers is prepared to alter this disparity by opening clinics and expanding programs, providing the hope for recovery and life-changing resources for countless individuals and families.
Here are a few our current expansion projects supported by donor funding:
Rogers Behavioral Health to open new, first of its kind mental health resource and research center
(OCONOMOWOC, WIS)— Rogers Behavioral Health announced plans to open the new Ladish Co. Foundation Center on its Oconomowoc campus to be used by families and others supporting patients as well as community members. The center will be located at 34700 Valley Road and was made possible by a $2 million donation from the Ladish Co. Foundation as well as a collaborative partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities® Eastern Wisconsin (RMHC).
Expected to open in summer 2021, the Ladish Center will include an array of hospitality and spiritual care services, as well as the Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation and the Rogers Research Center.
Rogers Behavioral Health breaks ground on new clinic and supportive living in Sheboygan
Rogers Behavioral Health is proud to announce the opening of our new Sheboygan clinic and first supportive living location opening in early 2021.
By working closely with patients and families, our multidisciplinary teams, led by board-certified psychiatrists, develop a personalized plan with clinically effective therapies to treat OCD, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, and co-occurring substance use in adults and adolescents ages 12 to 17. The supportive living space will provide patients a place to call home during treatment as they prepare to transition back into everyday life. Watch for more details to be announced soon.
Thanks to a generous gift from Dr. Michael and Billie Kubly, the building that houses Focus Depression Recovery received extensive renovations and was re-named the Charles E. Kubly Adult Residential Center in loving memory of their son Charlie.
Through this gift, the family continues their commitment of providing hope for other who are affected by the disease of depression.
The building for Experiential Therapy was funded in part by a legacy gift from Dr. Gayleen Eilers. Named in her memory, the building reflects the integrity and courage with which she lived her life and her hope to make a brighter future for those affected by mental illness.