New Madison expansion and additional Chicagoland location planned01/18/18 02:44:pm
The Rogers–Madison campus recently expanded its OCD partial hospital program to serve eight patients, up from four, and has additional plans for the future. A new general mental health intensive outpatient program will serve eight patients as a step-down program, starting around January 22.
Rogers–Madison is also adding partial hospital programs for PTSD and FOCUS in mid-March. These will both be new programs for the Madison community and will have capacity for four and eight patients, respectively.
Rogers will launch a second location in the Chicagoland area in addition to the current site in Skokie. The new outpatient center in Hinsdale will offer OCD and FOCUS partial hospital programs for children, adolescents, and adults. Rogers’ Hinsdale location will also offer intensive outpatient programs for addiction and/or dual diagnosis for adults. This location is expected to open in summer 2018.
Rogers–Chicago will also expand its current Skokie location this spring, allowing the capacity to treat an additional 24 patients on a daily basis. The additional capacity is in partial hospital programs for adults with PTSD, older adult FOCUS, and anxiety and mood disorder treatment for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder.
San Francisco East Bay
Construction on Rogers–San Francisco in Walnut Creek is ongoing (latest video updates are available on the intranet) with an opening date scheduled for March 15, 2018. An open house event for referring professionals will be held on May 23. Rogers–San Francisco will offer outpatient treatment for OCD and anxiety, depression and mood disorders, and specialized anxiety and mood disorders treatment for children and teens on the autism spectrum. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) will also be offered for adults who haven’t seen improvement in depression symptoms from the combination of therapy and medication.
Jennifer Park, PhD, will serve as the clinical director at Rogers–San Francisco, having previously served as a clinical instructor in the department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine and attending psychologist at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital.