As a leader in mental health and addiction treatment, Rogers offers several levels of care for children, adolescents and adults.
Rogers is nationally known for our residential treatment centers, which are the centerpiece of the hospital's comprehensive behavioral health services:
Each center provides intensive treatment in comfortable, home-like settings. Our residential patients are engaged in treatment seven days a week. As a result, patients make positive behavior changes in a remarkably short time.
Rogers provides separate and distinct mental health inpatient hospitalization programs for children, adolescents and adults dealing with a wide variety of acute psychiatric symptoms. Rogers also offers withdrawal management (detoxification) services for adults.
Our partial hospitalization programs offer patients extra support when transitioning from inpatient to outpatient treatment, or as an alternative to inpatient treatment. The programs provide therapy, education, support and medical monitoring while allowing patients to remain connected to family and other support systems. Patients attend five days per week, six hours a day, for an average of four to six weeks.
Similar to partial hospitalization, Rogers' intensive outpatient programs provide structured treatment while patients stay involved with work, family or school commitments. Patients attend four days a week, three hours a day, for an average of six to eight weeks.
Rogers' child and adolescent day treatment program helps kids ages 4 to 18 with mental health concerns or behavior challenges to develop important life skills. Kids enrolled in the half-day program are taught techniques to give them more control over feelings that are interfering with their ability to function at home and in school. During the summer, kids can work on developing skills to help them improve their relationships with family and be better prepared for the next school year.