Rogers Behavioral Health opens Sheboygan outpatient clinicPosted on 06/28/21 08:00:am
Rogers will also open its first-ever supportive living facility in August
SHEBOYGAN, WIS. (June 28, 2021) — Rogers Behavioral Health, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit mental health treatment providers, opened an outpatient clinic today in Sheboygan. Located at 1108 S. Wildwood Ave., the clinic treats OCD, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, and co-occurring substance use in adults and adolescents ages 12 to 17.
“More people than ever are seeking mental health and addiction services, including here in the Sheboygan area,” said Pat Hammer, president and CEO of Rogers Behavioral Health. “With the opening of our new treatment center, we are honored to become part of the solution in the community by providing access to high-quality, specialized care close to home.”
The 10,000-square-foot outpatient clinic can serve up to 12 adolescents and 28 adults at a time. Multidisciplinary teams, led by board-certified psychiatrists, work closely with patients and families to develop a personalized plan with clinically effective therapies.
“Our mission at Rogers is to help people reach their full potential for health and well-being,” said clinical director David Jacobi, PhD. “We accomplish that in part by using evidence-based treatments and determining what mix of services is most appropriate for each patient.”
In addition to the outpatient clinic, Rogers will open its first-ever supportive living services in August. A separate space adjacent to the clinic, it will accommodate up to 12 adult patients at a time and provide them with a place to call home during treatment as they prepare to transition back into everyday life.
The environment supports recovery through shared experience and builds strength and hope with treatment teams who are available for coaching and mentoring. The space will feature a common living room, dining room, kitchen, and shared bedrooms with kitchenettes and bathrooms.
The supportive living space for adults is not only a first for Rogers, but it will be unique to the local offering of behavioral health services. While traditional supportive living facilities focus primarily on addiction, Rogers’ environment will be a safe place for those undergoing treatment for addiction, as well as OCD, anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders.
“The community has welcomed us with open arms and has expressed so much interest and excitement in the new treatment location,” Dr. Jacobi said. “We look forward to becoming an integral part of the community and providing a safe haven for Sheboygan-area residents on their path to recovery.”
The clinic staff is comprised of nearly 20 individuals, including Dr. Jacobi, Sean LeNoue, MD, therapists, behavioral specialists, registered nurses, and an advanced practice nurse. Rogers is hiring for a therapist and a few coordinators to work at the supportive living facility. For more information, visit rogersbh.org/careers.
The Sheboygan treatment location is a $4 million project made possible by a donor, who would like to remain anonymous. The clinic and supportive living facility were built by Project 4. JB Site Design & Engineering, Distinctive Design Group, and interior designer Marie Tock were also affiliated with the project.
To request a free, confidential screening, call 800-767-4411. For more information, visit rogersbh.org/sheboygan.
Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of mental health and addiction services. Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for adults, children and teens with depression and mood disorders, eating disorders, addiction, OCD and anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD. In addition to a growing network of regional locations in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Washington, Rogers operates three inpatient behavioral health hospitals, 14 residential programs and eight outpatient centers in Wisconsin. The System also includes Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation and Rogers InHealth. Learn more at rogersbh.org.