Support groups

Addiction support groups

Rogers Memorial Hospital–Brown Deer

  • SMART Recovery
    Mondays, 6 pm
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    Wednesdays, 7:30 pm
  • Nar-Anon Family Group
    Wednesdays, 7:30 pm

Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    Mondays, 7 pm
    Wednesdays, 7 pm
    Thursdays, 6 pm
    Saturdays, 7 am
    Sundays, 8:30 am
  • Al-Anon Family Group
    Tuesdays, 7 pm
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    Saturdays, 7 pm
  • Pre-paired Professionals Recovery Group Meeting
    Tuesdays, 6:30 pm
  • Heroin Anonymous
    Fridays, 7 pm

OCD and anxiety support groups

Rogers Memorial Hospital offers support groups for individuals living with OCD, as well as for parents and caregivers of those struggling with the disorder.

Support groups provide on-going education and a safe place to share tips, ideas and challenges. In weekly or bi-weekly sessions, participants connect with others to sharpen the skills required to live with uncertainty, remain focused on goals and share achievements.

Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc

At the Silver Lake Outpatient Center

  • OCD and Anxiety Support Group
    Every-other Monday, 5:30 to 7 pm

  • Parent and Caregiver Support Group
    Every-other Thursday, 7 to 8:30 pm

Rogers Behavioral Health–Minneapolis

  • Parent and Caregiver Support Group
    Second Monday of each month, 6:30 to 8 pm

Rogers Behavioral Health–Appleton

  • OCD and Anxiety Support Group
    Once a Month: first Monday of every month, 5:30 to 7 pm

Rogers Memorial Hospital–Madison

  • OCD and Anxiety Support Group
    Twice a Month: first and third Monday of every month, 5:30 to 7 pm (Neighborhood House Commnity Center, 29 S Mills St.)

For more information, contact Joan Regnery, OCD/Anxiety Support Group Specialist at 262-719-3826 or joan.regnery@rogershospital.org.

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Survivors of Suicide support group

Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc

First Thursday of every month
7-9 pm

Herrington McBride Alumni Association

Research has shown that one of the most important factors in sustaining recovery after treatment for alcoholism or drug dependency is a responsive support network. The Herrington-McBride Alumni Association is a thriving community of people in recovery who are committed to helping their peers sustain recovery.

Members of the Herrington McBride Alumni Association play an active role with individuals currently in treatment at the Herrington Recovery Center. Alumni members lead weekly ‘rap’ sessions, where they share their personal story of achieving recovery, and host quarterly pizza parties for the center’s current patients. They also lead 12-Step meetings at Rogers Memorial Hospital and strive to build connections with every adult who successfully completes addiction treatment at the hospital.

The alumni association hosts two annual events – a reunion picnic in June and a retreat in January. These two events are organized by alumni members and are intended to provide confirmation that life without addiction is not only a possibility, but is a choice that brings positive change.

The Herrington-McBride Alumni Association also publishes a quarterly newsletter which contains news of upcoming retreats and educational events as well as inspirational articles written by alumni members.

Research has shown that one of the most important factors in sustaining recovery after treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction is a responsive support network. Several 12-Step based addiction recovery support group meetings are held at Rogers throughout the week.

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