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Rogers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit leader in the treatment of mental health and addiction issues. A leading provider of care in its home state of Wisconsin with services now extending into six states, Rogers provides a unique blend of specialty behavioral health care with specific strengths in obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety, eating disorders, mood disorders, addiction and trauma (posttraumatic stress disorder) in multiple levels of care for children, teens and adults. Our experts include leaders who have been featured locally, regionally and nationally discussing treatment for mental health and addiction, policy, outcomes and reducing stigma. 

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Rogers Behavioral Health, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit mental health treatment providers, has opened a new Seattle-area location for specialized outpatient care.
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When a loved one is struggling with mental health, navigating the road to recovery can be challenging, especially if effective treatment requires travel away from home.
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When young patients receive mental health or addiction care at Rogers, a key part of care focuses on teaching valuable strategies to help them keep up with school while in treatment and in the future.
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Though many are familiar with the dangers of anorexia and bulimia, only recently has the term diabulimia entered mainstream conversations about eating disorders.
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Mental illness isn’t a choice and it’s not a weakness. Jerry Halverson, MD, DFAPA, chief medical officer, emphasizes those points when he provides overviews of mental illness and the challenges it…
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Media inquiries

Rogers Behavioral Health strives to be responsive to requests from media while adhering to hospital policy and HIPAA guidelines on patient privacy and confidentiality. 

For interview requests or media inquiries on topics of interest in behavioral health at any Rogers Behavioral Health location, contact:

Anne Ballentine
262-646-1300

All reporters, film crews, producers and photographers on site at any Rogers Behavioral Health site need to be escorted by a Rogers marketing representative or designee. 

Any inquiries regarding patients must be directed to the Marketing and Communications departments. However, in accordance with patient privacy and confidentiality, Rogers will neither confirm nor deny the status of any current or former patients. 

Patients in treatment are generally not available for interviews. Should a past patient agree to a media interview which Rogers’ coordinates, he or she must first sign an authorization form for Marketing and Communications departments representatives to ensure compliance with HIPAA.  

Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.