Supportive living opens in Sheboygan12/17/21 10:40:am
Earlier this month, the Sheboygan clinic opened its supportive living facility, the first of its kind in the Rogers system. Located at 1112 S. Wildwood Avenue, supportive living is located next door to Sheboygan’s outpatient clinic, which opened in the summer of 2021.
Supportive living is currently available to internal Rogers referrals from residential treatment, as well as from other Rogers locations offering PHP and IOP care.
Residents in the supportive living program will live at the facility while they continue their recovery journey from addiction, OCD, depression, and other mental health conditions. From the safety of this drug- and alcohol-free environment, they can focus on their individual journey while learning self-care, life, and vocational skills to help them transition to life after treatment.
The facility features 24/7 accommodations for 12 adults, with a staff coordinator on site at all times for supervision. It also provides comforts of home, including a kitchen and dining space, recreation area, and an exercise room.
See below for additional program updates throughout the Rogers system.
Construction continues on Brown Deer’s new residential care center, which broke ground in June. The building is expected to open in summer 2022 and will provide 32 beds for adult and adolescent patients.
Rogers’ first Colorado location is expected to open in summer 2022. Lani Healy has been named director of operations, while Julia Carbonella, PhD, will serve as clinical director.
Earlier this month, the Hinsdale clinic opened its first virtual-only intensive outpatient program (IOP). The virtual IOP is offered for adult OCD and Anxiety and is available for patients located in the state of Illinois. The program marks Rogers’ third all-virtual IOP.
Like Hinsdale, the Skokie clinic plans to add a virtual-only adult OCD and Anxiety IOP. An opening date will be announced soon.