Sheboygan nears opening, other sites expand06/14/21 10:35:am
Rogers’ newest location, located at 1108 South Wildwood Ave. in Sheboygan, plans to open on June 28. The outpatient clinic’s offerings will include OCD and Anxiety for adults; Mental Health and Addiction Recovery for adults; and Mental Health Recovery for adolescents ages 12 and up.
In addition to an outpatient clinic, the facility will feature Rogers’ first-ever supportive living space. Scheduled to open late July, adult patients will have the opportunity to build life skills in a safe setting and begin the transition back into daily living.
Unlike traditional supportive living facilities that serve individuals with the same diagnosis, supportive living at Rogers will be available to patients in both the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery and OCD and Anxiety partial hospitalization programs.
Below is a recap of more developments at Rogers locations throughout the country:
On June 9, the Atlanta clinic opened intensive outpatient programs for adults and adolescents in Depression Recovery and for adults, children, and adolescents in OCD and Anxiety.
Brown Deer broke ground on a new residential care center on 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. (See separate story in “Expanding our reach” of this month’s Insight for more details, photos, and video footage from the groundbreaking event.)
Construction continues on the Ladish Co. Foundation Center on the Oconomowoc campus. Expected to open in late 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 August.