OCD AND ANXIETY
(Oconomowoc, Wis.) – Rogers Behavioral Health announces expanded residential care options in Oconomowoc and West Allis are opening to patients and families this month.
In Oconomowoc, expanded residential programs will serve 62 additional patients including:
In West Allis, two new programs are open to serve an additional 28 patients:
“Rogers Behavioral Health is adding programs in new and renovated spaces in direct response to community need,” says Pat Hammer, president and CEO. “This expansion provides more immediate access to treatment so that more individuals can get the care that they need when they need it.”
The Rogers system will now be able to treat more than 280 children, teens, and adults in residential care, which averages 45 to 60 days as well as nearly 200 patients in crisis who require inpatient hospitalization.
“Rogers has a 20-year history of providing residential care and measuring its effectiveness through more than a million patient assessments a year. That means our patients can seek treatment with the confidence that if they actively engage in therapy, they are giving themselves the best chance of recovery and meeting their full potential,” says Paul Mueller, hospital division CEO. “Rogers’ data demonstrates that our treatment works.”
Already in 2019, Rogers opened locations in Miami, Fla., San Diego, Calif., and St. Paul, Minn. A site in Los Angeles is under development to launch in December 2019. The new sites are part of a growing network of outpatient centers including Hinsdale and Skokie in the Chicago area, Minneapolis, Nashville, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Tampa, and six Wisconsin communities including Madison, Appleton and Madison.