Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment:

Rogers is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital, nationally recognized for specialty residential treatment programs for eating disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders for children, teens and adults.

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Bring essential items only, as storage space for personal items is limited. We suggest you bring a change of casual clothing (without strings or belts) for 3 - 4 days, along with proper footwear (closed toe shoes or slippers), sleepwear (pajamas, robe, slippers), personal hygiene products (comb, brush, shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, cosmetics – no glass containers are allowed) and either a pre-paid phone card or credit/debit card for the pay phone.

Please note that, for safety reasons, all belongings you bring with you will be put in locked storage until they can be inspected by staff. The staff will then go through these items with you. Some items will be returned to you right away; some will have to stay in storage until the staff have time to assess your safety; some items will have to stay in storage but you may check them out if needed.

All electrical appliances brought in must be checked and tagged by a hospital electrician prior to use and will be kept in locked storage. Anything that you bring which cannot be on the unit will either be sent home with family members or kept in storage until discharge.

Rogers Memorial Hospital has a dining room/cafeteria for patient and staff use. Visitors who wish to eat in the dining room/cafeteria with patients need to check with the staff first and then may purchase a ticket for meals at the reception desk.

Inpatient Hospitalization:
All patients begin eating meals on the unit. These meals are prepared by kitchen staff and sent to the unit on individual trays. You cannot leave the unit until your physician has seen you and assessed your safety risk. Once your physician approves, you may take meals in the hospital cafeteria during the scheduled unit meal times.

Partial Hospitalization:
If you choose, you may purchase breakfast in our cafeteria. Lunch is included as part of the partial hospitalization program. Other dietary needs may be discussed with your physician, dietitian, and social worker.

Group therapy is the primary method of treatment used by staff to facilitate your process of recovery. The group setting allows you to get feedback not only from the therapist but from your peers as well. Most groups have a general mental health theme that is not specific to a certain diagnosis. While patients have been admitted for a variety of behavioral health concerns, they share a common need to learn about topics such as healthy coping skills, recognizing patterns of behavior, and building a support system.

You are expected to attend the program on your scheduled days from beginning to end unless prior arrangements have been made. If you are unable to attend the program on your scheduled day or will arrive late, please call your social worker/counselor by 9:00 a.m. If you do not call Rogers Memorial Hospital, staff will call your residence. If you are not available, the person listed as your emergency contact will be called. If we are unable to contact you within two hours, we will also notify your physician of your absence.

No. You must arrange or provide your own transportation to and from the partial hospitalization program. If you drive, your vehicle must be parked in the designated hospital parking lot.

The items that you can and can’t bring vary depending on the level of care. As part of your orientation to the unit, staff will thoroughly check all of your belongings when you arrive. Please note that no alcohol-based personal hygiene products are allowed. Any inappropriate items will be returned to your family or secured by Rogers Memorial staff until your discharge.

Inpatient Hospitalization
Please note that, for safety reasons, all belongings you bring with you will be put in locked storage until they can be inspected by staff. The staff will then go through these items with you. Some items will be returned to you right away; some will have to stay in storage until the staff have time to assess your safety; some items will have to stay in storage but you may check them out if needed.

All electrical appliances brought in must be checked and tagged by a hospital electrician prior to use and will be kept in locked storage. Please note that cell phones and laptops are not allowed. Anything that you bring which cannot be on the unit will either be sent home with family members or kept in storage until discharge.

 

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