Mental health resources for children and teens

Posted on 10/11/19 10:17:am Schoolyear


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With the new schoolyear well underway, oftentimes a child or teen’s struggles with anxiety, OCD, depression, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, or other mental health complications can become more apparent.

Rogers Behavioral Health is here to help children and adolescents address the challenges they may face with mental health.

What we treat

  • Depression and other mood disorders (children, adolescents)
    Patients work toward reducing depressive symptoms by learning skills to make changes in their behavior and thinking.
  • Eating disorders (children, adolescents)
    For those struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders, our treatment is grounded in CBT and exposure and response prevention (ERP).
  • Mental health and co-occurring addiction (adolescents)
    Offers comprehensive, evidence-based therapies to address the mental health challenges that are often at the root of a teen’s substance use.
  • Nashotah Center for DBT (female adolescents)
    A small, 12-person residential program for teen girls suffering from emotional dysregulation and self-harming behaviors.
  • OCD and anxiety (children, adolescents)
    Staff work one-on-one with parents and children to develop an individualized approach that helps them gain control of their symptoms.
  • Trauma and PTSD (adolescents)

The effects of trauma cause those affected to relive events, avoid them, or experience heightened emotions. At Rogers, patients learn to develop coping strategies to address their trauma and reclaim life.

Openings now available

Rogers offers inpatient, residential, and outpatient care at locations throughout Wisconsin, as well as outpatient clinics in a growing network of communities throughout the nation. Request a free, confidential mental health screening by calling the location nearest you or submitting a request online.

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