OCD and Anxiety
Autism and Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Depression and other Mood Disorders
Trauma Recovery (PTSD)
Why Choose Rogers
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34700 Valley Road, Oconomowoc, WI 53066
The Ladish Co. Foundation Center, located on Rogers' main campus in Oconomowoc, will house hospitality and spiritual care services, the Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation, the Rogers Research Center, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities Family Room Program upon opening in the summer of 2021. Each component of the Ladish Center will help support family members of Rogers patients and provide crucial community resources.
At Rogers, family involvement plays a crucial role in our therapeutic approach. Additionally, family members being near their loved one during treatment has been shown to aid recovery. To facilitate this important part of treatment, the Family Room will provide a restful, central location for families and caretakers of Rogers patients. Here, loved ones will have a place to relax and recharge while their loved one receives care. Amenities will include:
Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin will continue to welcome families of Rogers patients to the Ronald McDonald House in Wauwatosa.
Learn more about the Family Room.
Read the press release.
The Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation works to advance treatment, education, advocacy, and research for those with mental health or addiction challenges from its new location in the Ladish Center. To learn more about the Foundation's role in the Ladish Center, click here.
In its new home at the Ladish Center, the Rogers Research Center will continue to facilitate research studies and innovations to improve treatment outcomes.
The Ladish Center will include a conference hall and community rooms for patient alumni groups, educational workshops and lectures, Parent University, and community support groups and summits.
Rogers' spiritual care services include consultations with a chaplain, a chapel and spiritual resources library, and on-site ecumenical worship services.