Outpatient Psychiatric Care

Outpatient Psychiatric Care

On your mental health journey, it’s important to understand your options for making sure your treatment and medication needs are met. For those in need of a psychiatric evaluation or who do not currently have a prescribing provider, Outpatient Psychiatric Care at Rogers Behavioral Health can help.

Medication management is an important part of your mental health treatment. It involves a collaborative approach between you and your provider to develop a comprehensive care plan. The goal of your treatment plan is to ensure the effectiveness of your medications, improve your quality of life, and support your journey to health and well-being.

Your psychiatric care treatment plan: what to expect

During your first appointment at Rogers with a provider, you will:

  • Go through a psychiatric evaluation.
  • Discuss your symptoms, how your medication is working, and any side effects that you may be experiencing.
  • Explore changing medication dosages, switching medications, or adding something new if necessary.
  • Determine your next steps for ongoing medication management and care, which may include additional appointments.

  Rogers’ Outpatient Psychiatric Care program is currently offered by appointment both virtual treatment and in-person treatment in West Allis, Wisconsin

Virtual care participants must reside in the state of Wisconsin, be medically stable, and have access to technology for virtual appointments.

We want to help

Contact us to request a free confidential screening and learn more.

Call 800-767-4411

Free Outpatient Psychiatric Care Screening

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Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.