Rogers Behavioral Health

Rising above the challenges of mental health and addiction

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Rogers Behavioral Health

At Rogers Behavioral Health, we’ve been helping people find a path to recovery for more than 110 years. We’re here to do the same today by providing highly effective treatment and compassionate care for those struggling with mental health and addiction.

New look

We’re proud to unveil a new logo to capture this new day at Rogers.

You’ll notice imagery of a sun rising above water integrated directly into the Rogers name, offering light and warmth to those who may be in a dark place. The circular shape reflects the active progression that occurs in treatment as people move forward in a transformative way. A new day is dawning with better days ahead.  Hope outshines darkness.

To us, this symbol represents what it means to rise above—the very essence of resilience, recovery, and restored hope. In other words, all the qualities we see while working alongside our patients, families, and colleagues every day.

Same tradition of excellence

While our look has changed, what remains the same is Rogers’ unwavering commitment to providing the highest quality of care for those we treat. We are still a private, independent, not-for-profit organization with our patients’ best interests at heart.

We are called to rise every day to work toward a world where people have the tools to live life to its fullest potential in healthy homes, schools, workplaces, and communities. A world where stigma has no place. Where more and more people have access to evidence-based treatment that eases the suffering caused by mental health disorders and addiction.

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