OCD and Anxiety
Specialized outpatient care for addiction or dual diagnosis—the combination of mental illness and addiction—may be a first step in your journey toward recovery. Or you may be stepping down from residential care, or returning after a relapse.
Whatever your situation, we’re here to guide you or your child through the ups and downs of your challenging journey with proven effective approaches led by experts in psychiatry, addiction medicine and mental health. Through Addiction Services at Rogers Behavioral Health, we offer two levels of specialized outpatient care:
• Partial hospital programs for dual diagnosis (6 hours a day/4 to 5 days a week, 4 to 6 weeks)
• Intensive outpatient programs for addiction and dual diagnosis (3 hours a day, 5 days a week, 6 to 8 weeks)
You’ll receive intensive, daily therapy sessions at Rogers during the day or evening; depending on program length, you can remain connected to home, work or school. Programming includes general addiction treatment, a program for young adult men, medication-assisted options and dual diagnosis treatment.
Your team will use the 12-Step program along with other evidence-based interventions as a framework. Depending on program, components of your or your child's treatment may include:
• Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
• Motivational interviewing (MI)
• Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
• Medication management
Education series for families, computer-based programming and experiential therapy may be part of your treatment plan in addition to individual, group and family therapy. You will gain insight into your behaviors and feelings, letting you set realistic goals and develop new skills for success.
In several programs, you may have the option of medication-assisted treatment (MAT), but as part of your plan of care, not as a freestanding service. This includes the Rogers Opioid Addiction intensive outpatient program specifically for adults struggling with opioid addiction.
If you or a loved one face a dual diagnosis of mental illness, you’re not alone. Nearly one-third of people with mental illness also have an addiction to drugs or alcohol, including adolescents who may use substances or alcohol to cope with challenging mental health symptoms, only to develop an addiction.
We understand the complexity of your unique health situation. Research shows the best way to reduce your or a child's symptoms is to treat the mental health and addiction issues at the same time. We’ll work with you or your child on a treatment plan that meets your specific needs.
Our screening process will help assess your symptoms, identify whether you have addiction or a co-occurring mental health issue, and determine a program and level of care that works for you.
Rogers offers the option of withdrawal management in an inpatient setting.
We offer residential therapy and intervention at a beautiful lakeside center.
View our complete listing of treatment options available at every Rogers location.