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After months of treatment elsewhere and no improvements, Hannah was recommended for residential care at Rogers to address her posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The decision would prove crucial to her mental health journey.
Why is summer a good time for residential mental health treatment?
Summer is often mistakenly viewed as an inconvenient or unnecessary time for residential mental health treatment. However, the same reasons people may believe this may actually make it ideal.
Fernando’s story: Rising above OCD to now help others
Fernando says although he’s always had OCD tendencies, it took him years to seek treatment.
May is Mental Health Month: What it means to be a mental health advocate and how to get involved
Mental health advocacy is based on understanding and empowering others. It involves speaking out about mental health issues, promoting awareness, fighting stigma, educating the public, and advocating for policies that support people affected by mental illness.
Friends and Family University: Helping loved ones support patients receiving treatment at Rogers
At Rogers, support from a patient’s loved ones is an important part of our therapeutic approach. Friends and Family University offers education to support the patient’s recovery journey while in treatment and helps ease the transition back home.
Hear how residential care at Rogers in West Allis helps adults rise above depression and other mood disorders
Focus Depression Recovery Adult Residential Care at Rogers in West Allis offers compassionate, evidence-based treatment in a home-like setting.
Ryan's journey to addiction recovery
"Throughout my struggle, I felt like I would figure it out and I was trying to be self-sufficient. I knew I had a problem, but I had to admit I couldn’t fix it. That’s nothing to be ashamed of. Be proud you can ask for help."
School avoidance and refusal: What clinicians need to know
School avoidance and refusal behaviors often present challenges for the child affected, their family, school personnel, and clinicians and can include a variety of short- and long-term consequences.
7 promises: How to be a safe and supportive person for someone struggling with their mental health
When a person is struggling with their mental health, it can be difficult to find the courage to talk about it. We're sharing 7 Promises a Safe Person can make in order to be a supportive, compassionate person when someone confides in you.
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