Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of evidence-based mental health and addiction services.
We provide highly effective mental health and addiction treatment that helps people reach their full potential for health and well-being.
We envision a future where people have the tools to rise above the challenges of mental illness, addiction, and stigma to lead healthy lives. We bring this vision to life by constantly elevating the standard for behavioral healthcare, demonstrating our exceptional treatment outcomes, and acting with compassion and respect.
What we treat
- OCD and Anxiety
- Eating Disorders
- Anxiety and Depression in Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Offering TMS Services
Serving children, adolescents and adults.
1 in 6 U.S. adults lives with a mental illness
17.1 million kids in the U.S. have a psychiatric disorder
More than 23 million Americans struggle with addiction to alcohol or drugs
Annual patient days
Average number of patients treated per day, record 1,696 on May 12, 2021
admissions a year
“Rogers was by far the most difficult thing I’ve ever done. But by far the most helpful.” ~ Former Rogers patient
3 inpatient hospitals
20 outpatient centers
14 residential programs
40+ unique partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs
Patients came from all 50 states and 4 Canadian provinces
The Foundation’s Angel Fund provided $379,000 to fulfill 1,100 requests.
- Patient care grants: $1.1 million covered more than 2,200 patient days
- Rogers Charity care (August 2019 – July 2020): $7.18 million or 1.2% of gross charges; 3,222 individuals or 14.7% of Rogers patients received financial assistance.
$21.5 million Community Benefit in 2019
Founded in 1907 by psychiatrist Dr. Arthur Rogers
Measuring treatment outcomes
1 million patient self-assessments a year. 20+ years of data from 36,000 patients
180+ on medical staff including
100+ psychiatrists most board-certified
Treatment that works
97% of patients across the Rogers system show improvement or no change from the start of treatment through the time of discharge according to the CGI score. CGI is the clinician-rated assessment of patient severity upon admission and assessment of improvement at the time of discharge.