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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.
How to talk about mental health: words matter
How we talk to someone who is struggling with mental health can make the difference between someone feeling accepted and understood, or feeling labeled as a disorder first and a human being second.
How self-compassion can help men overcome barriers to seeking help
June is Men’s Health Month, a time when men are encouraged to take better care of themselves, both physically and mentally.
Live Q&A: How to talk about mental health
Hear Rogers' experts Dr. Jerry Halverson, chief medical officer, and Sue McKenzie-Dicks, vice president of healthy culture, along with mental health advocate and morning show DJ at 103.7 in Milwaukee, WI, Riggs, discuss how we talk about mental health and why what we say can impact stigma. Our experts will review specific examples of what to say and what not to say to someone who is struggling.
Therapists at Rogers: an integral part of our patients’ recovery
Hear from two Rogers team members about the role therapists play and how they’re empowered to rise above in their career in psychiatric care.
How to identify mental health challenges after having COVID
As we continue to learn more about COVID, a recent study is shedding light on the mental health and addiction challenges that can arise in patients recovering from the illness.
How young patients keep up with schoolwork during treatment
When young patients receive mental health or addiction care at Rogers, a key part of care focuses on teaching valuable strategies to help them keep up with school while in treatment and in the future.