Brown Deer residential care to break ground this summer04/16/21 04:56:pm
Rogers Behavioral Health will break ground this summer on a new residential care center in Brown Deer. Scheduled to open by summer 2022, the 24,000-square-foot building will be connected to the one-story inpatient care facility located at 4600 W. Schroeder Drive.
The two-story addition will accommodate 32 beds with separate space for adults and adolescents. Patients will receive specialized treatment services for depression, trauma, bipolar and other mood disorders, and co-occurring anxiety, personality, and substance use disorders.
“Residential care is an appropriate transition for many patients from inpatient to lower levels of care,” says Derrick Jordan, vice president of operations in Brown Deer. “We are pleased to begin offering residential treatment in Brown Deer in order to meet the high demand for longer-term psychiatric care and to provide more access to the full continuum of care.”
Along with Oconomowoc and West Allis, Brown Deer will be the third Rogers location to serve residential patients.
Growth continues in Wisconsin and nationwide
In addition to the residential expansion into Brown Deer, Rogers is continuing its growth across the state and country.
The new treatment location in Sheboygan will open this summer, with the outpatient center scheduled to open its doors in June, followed by the supportive living facility in July.
The 10,000-square-foot outpatient clinic will treat OCD, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, and co-occurring substance abuse in adults and adolescents ages 12 to 17. Located adjacent to the clinic, Rogers’ first-ever supportive living services will provide up to 12 adult patients at a time a place to call home during treatment as they prepare to transition back into everyday life.
Meanwhile, the Ladish Co. Foundation Center in Oconomowoc is expected to open by August. A first-of-its-kind mental health resource and research center, the 18,000-square-foot center will be located at 34700 Valley Road.
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. It will also house the Ronald McDonald Family Room, which will be one of the first Family Room Programs located within a behavioral health facility.
Lastly, Rogers is planning to open new outpatient centers in Phoenix by spring 2022 and in Denver by early summer 2022. With the addition of Arizona and Colorado, Rogers will provide treatment in 11 states.