Kenosha expands virtual offerings, plus additional program updates03/23/22 05:26:pm
This month, the Kenosha clinic opened two new virtual intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adults. The Mental Health Recovery IOP takes place Monday through Friday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, while the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery IOP runs Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 pm. Please note that at this time these programs are available only to Wisconsin residents who have completed a partial hospitalization program (PHP) at a Rogers clinic in Wisconsin.
These new offerings make Kenosha the eighth site in the Rogers system to offer a permanently virtual program in addition to their in-person treatment options. To learn more about the efficacy of telehealth, check out a recent blog featuring Caitlin Pinciotti, PhD, and Nyssa Bulkes, PhD.
See below for additional program updates throughout the Rogers system.
Construction continues on Brown Deer’s new residential care center, which broke ground in June 2021. The building is expected to open in the summer and will provide 32 beds for adult and adolescent patients.
Rogers’ first Colorado location continues preparations to open in fall 2022. Lani Healy is the director of operations, while Julia Carbonella, PhD, is the clinical director. The clinic will be located at 10333 East Dry Creek Road in Englewood, Colorado.
The Skokie clinic plans to add a virtual-only OCD and Anxiety adult IOP. An opening date will be announced soon.