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Breaking Down Stigma | Stephanie's Story
Stephanie works to reduce stigma, and to create safe spaces for people to talk about their mental health.
How radical acceptance can help you break the cycle of stress
Traffic jams. Parenting. COVID-19. Life is full of things that are out of our control, and that tends to create frustration and stress. But it doesn’t have to. Rogers' Dr. Lori Merling discusses radical acceptance and how it can help break the cycle of stress.
Live Q&A: A mental health discussion for Boys and Men of Color Month
A unique conversation surrounding mental health in honor of Boys and Men of Color Month. This recording of a Facebook Live event features special guests NFL defensive tackle Solomon Thomas, and performances from the cast of Pieces: in My Own Voice.
Reach out to Rogers, the leader in mental health and addiction care
For more than a century, Rogers has been fulfilling its not-for-profit mission of changing lives by providing access to our gold standard mental health and addiction care in communities across the U.S.
Change lives and build your career as a Rogers nurse
Whether it’s inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, or intensive outpatient care, nurses play a crucial role in our mission of providing evidence-based mental health and addiction treatment that transforms lives.
5 tips for athletes to stay on top of their mental health
Besides the medal count, conversations about mental health took center stage during the 2020 Olympics Games after Simone Biles—the most-decorated American gymnast of all time—finished with a bronze medal after withdrawing from the team final and individual all-around gymnastics competition. Simone said she needed to focus on her mental well-being.
Make a difference and jumpstart your career as a Residential Care Specialist
Rogers’ residential care has been helping people of all ages and backgrounds rise above their mental health and addiction challenges for more than a century. Residential care specialists interact with patients every day and play an important role on the multidisciplinary treatment team.
Commemorating BIPOC Mental Health Month
In 2008, Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was founded to create greater awareness of the mental health challenges many groups face. Marked each July, the month is now known as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous People, and People of Color) Mental Health Month.