New facilities put kids at the center of their care

Posted on 2012-04-26 08:22:00

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The Child & Adolescent Centers at Rogers are located in southeastern Wisconsin, and are the only residential programs in the country offering cognitive-behavioral therapy specifically for children and teens. Together, these two programs offer clinical assessments and intensive treatment for children aged 8-13 and 12-17. Guided by Rogers’ full-time, board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists, children and teens receive an in-depth evaluation, intensive psychiatry and medication management, along with a full range of individual, group and family therapy and educational services.

Children and teens affected by depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and other anxiety disorders, or other challenges they struggle with, come to Rogers with their families so they can regain the life they once enjoyed.

Later this year, the doors will open to the new Child & Adolescent Centers which will include the most up-to-date amenities in a comfortable and home-like setting.

The new stand-alone building has been intentionally designed to help kids and their families work as partners with the treatment teams at Rogers to focus on their long-term recovery goals. Separate consultation and private visiting areas for families provide a sense of support for children and teens at the centers.

Residents will appreciate the recently completed experiential therapy center, as well as the 50 wooded acres set on two lakes. This setting, along with community reintegration activities and off-campus adventure activities, provides a unique balance for children and teens.

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