OCD AND ANXIETY
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction to alcohol, opioids, or other substances, there is hope for recovery. With the right level of quality treatment and a supportive and experienced care team, you can gain the tools and insight to achieve and sustain sobriety.
Your path to sobriety and recovery often begins with a skilled community provider. Or, it may start with a visit to an emergency room for a more urgent need. If you’ve been down that road, and need more help in overcoming your addiction, Rogers offers the next level of care. With that care comes the expertise and experience of professionals specializing in addiction and substance use disorders, led by psychiatrists and physicians with special certification in, and a deep commitment to, addiction medicine. Additionally, an important component of our treatment and recovery programming is individual, group, and family therapy.
We provide specialized care for:
Opioid misuse and addiction is a growing issue in the United States. Today, nearly 2 million people a year struggle with opioid addiction, which includes heroin and prescription painkillers. At Rogers we understand the unique challenges related to opioid dependence and recovery. Through the combination of medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction with evidence-based treatment, we are able to provide patients with the tools they need for long-term addiction recovery.
We help you better understand this chronic disease of the brain, and how you can move forward with effective therapy. The appropriate level of care and approach for you is determined by a physician based on your telephone screening interview with one of our admissions counselors.
At our core, Rogers delivers solid evidence-based treatment that give patients tools and skills that are highly effective in helping them overcome addiction and other mental health disorders:
Rogers provides addiction training for our treatment teams across the country to ensure our addiction treatment centers and programs are consistently delivering evidence-based treatment.
Additionally, experiential therapies such as recreational therapy, art therapy, and movement therapy, along with meditation, mindfulness, and yoga are also available to enhance patients’ experience.
Several programs include the option of medication-assisted treatment, which involves the use of FDA-approved medications to treat addiction involving opioids, alcohol, and nicotine. Buprenorphine products including Suboxone® and naltrexone products including Vivitrol®, are available in all Rogers addiction treatment programs and locations, including dual diagnosis programs.
A multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, counselors, therapists, behavioral specialists and more work with adolescents and adults with substance use disorders.
Here you’ll find a range of treatment options including:
Dual diagnosis programming is offered in our residential, Partial Hospital Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) options.
Community-based peer support for ongoing recovery management is promoted in Rogers’ residential, PHP and IOP programs, so that patients have direct experience with 12-step approaches, working with a sponsor, and other self-help programs prior to returning to general outpatient care. SMART Recovery is offered especially for adolescents and young adults in Rogers’ addiction services.
Not sure what program or care option is right for you? Not to worry, we are here to help guide you in what option fits you best during your free screening. Call 800-767-4411 or click the button below to request a screening.
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Dana Marlowe, MD, is medical director of the Herrington Recovery Center at Rogers–Oconomowoc and specializes in addiction treatment. Dr. Marlowe graduated from DePaul University in Chicago with a degree in biological sciences and earned her medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin Madison, where she also completed her fellowship in addiction psychiatry.
Dr. Marlowe is a member of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and the American Medical Association, among others. She was also the recipient for the University of Wisconsin House Staff Association Excellence Award upon graduation, becoming the first person in the psychiatry residency program at UW Madison to receive the award.
Adults and teens can find a path to recovery from addiction and dual diagnoses.