Rogers in St. Paul now open05/20/19 03:52:pm
Rogers in St. Paul is now open, offering Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Adult Partial Hospitalization Care, Mental Health Recovery Adult Partial Hospitalization Care, Focus Depression Recovery Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Care, and OCD and Anxiety Partial Hospitalization Care for children, adolescents, and adults.
A grand opening celebration is set for June 5, offering referring professionals and neighbors in the area the chance to tour the space and learn more about Rogers.
Members of the care team in St. Paul had positive things to say about the opening.
“We found that there was a need in the Twin Cities area. We wanted to open a second clinic to not only serve more people but also to complement the services offered in our Minneapolis location. We provide state-of-the-art treatment and we monitor data from patient assessments to ensure that we make adjustments in treatment plans when needed. This allows our patients to achieve the best outcomes possible.” ~Rachel Leonard, PhD, clinical director
“I am very excited to be a part of a collaborative team at Rogers Behavioral Health in St. Paul and help adolescents in Depression Recovery live their lives fully!” ~Karissa Vos, Behavior Specialist
“I couldn’t be more honored to be a part of the treatment team that opens the St. Paul clinic. Working for a company like Rogers that prioritizes the well-being of patients and utilizes effective, evidence-based treatments alongside very skilled and passionate individuals is an exciting privilege.” ~Lauren Dalum, Behavior Specialist
“It is an honor to be supporting children, teens, and their families in their journey to recovery from anxiety and obsessive-compulsive related disorders. There is a significant need in the St. Paul and surrounding area. Rogers Behavioral Health is the nation’s largest non-profit non-affiliated behavioral health system. We are excited to bring this compassion and expertise to this community.” ~Michelle Young, Case Specialist
“I am very excited to have the opportunity to work closely with adults struggling with anxiety and helping them take back their lives.” ~Kaitlin Holmes, Therapist