Sheboygan outpatient clinic is now open07/13/21 09:15:am
The Sheboygan outpatient clinic opened on June 28 and is now serving patients through in-person treatment at 1108 S. Wildwood Ave. David Jacobi, PhD, clinical director, and Erin Johnson, nurse practitioner, lead Rogers’ newest location.
The outpatient clinic offers the following partial hospitalization programs (PHP):
- OCD and Anxiety for adults
- Mental Health and Addiction Recovery for adults
- Mental Health Recovery for children, adolescents, and adults
Rogers’ first-ever supportive living facility, which will house 12 adults while they receive outpatient care, is expected to open in late July.
Below is a recap of more developments at Rogers locations throughout the country:
Brown Deer broke ground on a new residential care center in June. The residential building will be connected to the current inpatient facility at 4600 W. Schroeder Drive, and is expected to open by summer 2022.
Brown Deer’s outpatient clinic plans to open a Focus Depression Recovery intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adolescents on August 1. The IOP currently serves internal patients following the clinical pathway from the PHP, which opened in March.
The Ladish Co. Foundation Center on the Oconomowoc campus is nearing completion as it prepares to open later this month. The building 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 set to take place August 11.
West Allis is expanding its outpatient services this month with the addition of Focus Depression Recovery. An adult PHP, adolescent PHP, and adolescent IOP opened July 12, while the adult IOP expects to open July 19.