Child and Adolescent Care
Behavioral health care for children and adolescents
Seeing a child struggle with behavioral problems or mental illness is heartbreaking. It can be difficult to grasp and even harder to talk about. Trying to manage it alone or trying one treatment option after another can be quite overwhelming.
We get it, and we want to help.
Your child is not alone, and neither are you. Rogers provides one of the most comprehensive treatment offerings for children and adolescents available anywhere. Here, we provide a unique blend of intensive, specialized psychiatric care combined with education, proven treatment options and an unwavering commitment to supporting families in need.
Our care for children and adolescents include:
Inpatient care at our Brown Deer, Oconomowoc, and West Allis, Wisconsin, locations
Outpatient care at locations across the U.S.
Residential treatment through our OCD and Anxiety Center for adolescents (for ages 8 to 14) and our Focus Depression Recovery care for adolescents (for ages 13 to 17) in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, as well as our Mental Health and Addiction Recovery care for adolescents (for ages 12 to 17) in West Allis, Wisconsin.
Led by nationally recognized, board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists and psychologists, our experienced, compassionate team works with parents, school professionals, and referring providers to develop a personalized treatment plan to help the child gain the confidence and skills to conquer their unique challenges.
Find a program
Use the directory below to search services that meet your needs for eating disorders, OCD and anxiety, depression and mood disorders, addiction, or PTSD.
We want to help.
Contact us to request a free confidential screening and learn more.
Call 800-767-4411 or use our screening request form
We have experienced, multidisciplinary teams across the country who are ready to help.
Levels of care
We provide specialized care for mental health and addiction, with the benefit of multiple levels of care.
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