Rogers Behavioral Health answers the call during the COVID-19 pandemic

Rogers answers the call Posted on 04/01/20 09:44:am

March 27, 2020 Oconomowoc, Wis.) As the COVID-19 pandemic nation evolves, Rogers Behavioral Health remains committed to meeting the mental health needs of its patients, colleagues, and communities, now at a time when it is needed most.

As emergency rooms and other healthcare organizations become increasingly overwhelmed, Rogers is focused on supporting communities by providing highly specialized, evidence-based mental health and addiction treatment that is critically needed at this time. 

New jobs

At a time when many have unexpectedly found themselves in search of new employment, Rogers is expanding employment opportunities to fulfill the growing support needs of patients, families, and colleagues, including a new behavioral health assistant role in its Brown Deer, West Allis, and Oconomowoc locations. See all career opportunities at

Rogers Connect Care launches

Rogers Connect Care is now providing a telehealth treatment option for patients who would benefit from specialized partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient levels of care. Now virtually serving 500+ patients across the U.S., Rogers Connect Care provides a secure virtual environment that ensures privacy while allowing patients to continue therapeutic group-based and individual treatment. Learn more at

In addition, Rogers continues to accept patients to inpatient and residential levels of care in southeastern Wisconsin when appropriate, and has immediate availability in several programs.

Employee assistance

To support its workforce, Rogers is offering employees enhanced benefits including free and discounted meals from several area restaurants and 14 days of additional paid time off for COVID-19-related needs. Rogers also worked with child care providers in Oconomowoc and Milwaukee County to offer care so that employees can be with patients at our locations while knowing that their children are being cared for during school and daycare closures.

Learn more here about what Rogers is doing to protect patients and employees.

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