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Suffering from addiction or substance use disorder can damage every aspect of a person's life. Strained relationships, lost or disrupted careers, hurtful actions and endless regret all represent the impact of addiction. We understand this and have the tools to help.
Our residential care in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and West Allis, Wisconsin provides focused therapy in a home-like setting. Led by a psychiatrist board-certified in addiction medicine, this program for adults provides comprehensive treatment with average stays of about 30 to 45 days. Patients receive the therapy, support and framework to make real strides in recovering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs (including opioids).
We also have specialized expertise in treating a mental health disorder and co-occurring addiction. If a patient is struggling with another disorder, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder or an eating disorder in combination with addiction, we help treat each disorder, drawing on expertise available within Rogers’ specialized areas of focus. It’s been shown that treating both at the same time is the most effective approach. Our outcomes show that our addiction treatment works.
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Our team of addictionologists, physicians, nurses, dietitians, behavioral specialists, master’s-prepared therapists, and counselors have shared goals: to help you understand your addiction, learn healthier behaviors, and develop coping skills and awareness to avoid relapse and move forward with your life.
When it’s time for you to transition out of our care, we’ll help you develop a plan to continue recovery through ongoing treatment, 12-Step or other support group meetings. And you’ll already have the support of the Herrington McBride Alumni Association, whose members strive to build connections with every adult who successfully completes treatment at Herrington.
Learn more about how this thriving community of people in recovery are helping their peers sustain recovery and healthy lives past treatment.
Following a medical model throughout this level of care, patients can expect to stay an average of 30 to 45 days and will have regular contact with a psychiatrist or physician in addition to ongoing work with dedicated therapists and counselors.
Our individualized treatment plans include::
Individual, group and family therapy are all important within a care plan. Network therapy adds an additional level of support through family and peer connections to help with skills and knowledge upon leaving residential care. Through experiential therapy, patients gain skills that build trust, independence and self-worth through activities such as art, music or movement.
Other components of therapy include:
We provide patients with access to community-based support groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Heroin Anonymous. Alumni members of the Herrington McBride Alumni Association lead weekly sessions, share their personal recovery stories and host a quarterly celebration. Alumni also lead 12-Step meetings.
We know residential care for addiction may be intimidating but it can help to know what to expect before treatment begins. Here is what a typical day looks like.
Education or alumni sessions
Special topic/gender-specific group
Support group participation
In addition to regular individual therapy sessions with an attending physician, primary therapist, and other team members, residential care specialists are available 24 hours per day. They will provide assistance and one-to-one support, motivational enhancement, daily goals, problem solving, feelings identification, and treatment assignments.
Our multidisciplinary team is led by a board-certified psychiatrist specializing in addiction. Upon admission, patients will meet members of the treatment team for a comprehensive evaluation to assess the history and severity of their addiction and related psychosocial factors. This information helps us build individualized care plans specific to each patient.
Khazi A. Muqeet, MD, is a board-certified adult and forensic psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of major mental illnesses and addiction. He serves as medical director of Rogers ...
Keyur H. Parikh, MD, is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist at Rogers Behavioral Health. Dr. Parikh specializes in pediatric psychiatry, working primarily with children and ...
Upton Thomas, MD, is a board certified psychiatrist who treats patients at the Herrington Center for Addiction Recovery Adult Residential Care and in the Focus Depression Recovery adult ...
Chad T. Wetterneck, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who serves as the clinical director of Trauma Recovery services at Rogers Behavioral Health, where he developed the adult trauma recovery ...
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Located on our Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, campus on the tranquil shores of Upper Nashotah Lake, and our West Allis, Wisconsin, campus just outside of historic Milwaukee, these residential facilities provide a private, serene, and therapeutic environment.
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Exterior – Oconomowoc
Lounge – Oconomowoc
Game room – Oconomowoc
Rooftop garden – Oconomowoc
Day room – West Allis
Patient room – West Allis
Group room – West Allis
Data collected before and after treatment shows Rogers' treatment works. View more successful outcomes.