Philadelphia adds Trauma Recovery05/21/21 11:30:am
One year after opening, the Atlanta clinic will open intensive outpatient programs for adults and adolescents in Focus Depression Recovery; adults, children, and adolescents in OCD and Anxiety; and Trauma Recovery for adults. The openings are scheduled to take place in June.
Brown Deer began offering collaborative services with Children’s Wisconsin on April 19. This unique partnership helps young patients receive both mental health and medical services from a multidisciplinary team. It is available to current patients at Children’s Wisconsin.
Brown Deer also plans to break ground on a new residential care center in June, with a ceremony scheduled for June 8. The residential building will be connected to the current inpatient facility at 4600 W. Schroeder Drive, and is expected to open by summer 2022.
Construction continues on the Ladish Co. Foundation Center on the Oconomowoc campus. Expected to open in July, the Ladish Center will house Rogers’ hospitality and spiritual care services, the Ronald McDonald Family Room, the Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation, and the Rogers Research Center. A grand opening event is scheduled for Aug. 11.
On May 17, the Philadelphia clinic opened a new Trauma Recovery partial hospitalization program for adults. Philadelphia is now the 11th Rogers outpatient clinic to offer care for patients with trauma-related disorders.
San Diego plans to begin offering intensive outpatient care for Focus Depression Recovery for adults and adolescents, and OCD and Anxiety for adults, adolescents, and children later in May.
Rogers’ Sheboygan outpatient clinic will open late June with its supportive living opening late July at 1108 South Wildwood Ave. A grand opening event is scheduled for July 20. Outpatient treatment programs will include:
- OCD and Anxiety for adults
- Mental Health and Addiction Recovery for adults
- Mental Health Recovery for adolescents