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.



Rogers Memorial Hospital strives to provide greater access to mental health resources to the many communities we serve. With new facilities and programming, we want to make it easy to stay up-to-date! Bookmark this page for the latest developments, or follow us on twitter @RogersMemorial using #RogersUpdates.

Post date: December 15, 2014 - 4:16pm

Happy holidays! As the year ends, we reflect on all we are grateful for – being able to make a difference in you or your family’s lives is something we truly appreciate.

2014 has been a groundbreaking year for Rogers. We treated more patients this year than we have in our 107 year history.

  • “The ropes course left a very large impression on my wife and I, and it carried a lot of weight in our relationship as a whole.”
  • "Process group-hearing from and talking with the girls, seeing them interact, support each other and encourage each other.”
  • “The group program of the clients. It was good to hear the input from other affected adults.”
  • “It was great to have all our questions answered and to be able to talk with the therapists and nutritionists.”
  • “The availability of all parts of the treatment programs helped us get an overall picture of our daughter’s treatment.”
  • “CBT presentation affected us most directly because its content is what will help, upon discharge multiple times per day.”
  • “The fire with experiential therapy was very powerful and healing. Thanks for what you are all doing.”
  • “My behavioral specialist and members of my multi-disciplinary team were life changing. Prior to services I stopped working due to anxiety. Since Rogers I've returned to my private practice providing surgical procedures. Having the ability to simulate these procedures at Rogers while the behavioral specialist coached me made transitioning back to work possible.”
  • “Thank you for the return of my son. He has completed his first semester of college. Our hope was the reduction of OCD, anxiety, and depression but Rogers surpassed our expectations and now our son is thriving.”
  • “Thank you. Please tell the residents not to give up and the necessity to continue the course no matter how much their OCD or anxiety tells them otherwise.”

Everything we do at Rogers is centered around patient care – for every adult who learns to live their life, every parent who regains the child they once knew, every family that can move forward.

On behalf of everyone here at Rogers, we want to wish you, your family and friends a joyous holiday season and a prosperous 2015!

Post date: December 2, 2014 - 1:33pm

Last month Rogers Memorial Hospital added a new residential treatment program specifically designed to treat adolescent females, ages 13 to 17, who have intense, often painful emotions, and difficulties managing interpersonal relationships.

Under the medical leadership of Erik Ulland, MD, Nashotah’s treatment team includes a DBT-trained primary therapist, a DBT skills trainer, and a team of skills coaches (residential counselors, experiential therapist, art therapist and teacher).

The Nashotah program helps Rogers continue the excellent foundation of mental health treatment set forth by the Child and Adolescent Centers. Located at the Oconomowoc campus, the 12-bed program is located in a newly remodeled section of the hospital and includes natural light, an expansive day room that includes two “reading nooks” and group treatment rooms.

Post date: November 10, 2014 - 3:44pm

Opening in 2015, Rogers Behavioral Health is excited to bring 107 years of non-profit behavioral health expertise to the Chicago and Nashville communities.

Our specialized intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs for OCD and anxiety disorders offer the same evidence-based treatment that Rogers is nationally recognized for. With two separate programs, one dedicated to children and teens, and another for adults, we’re making treatment more available and accessible.

Stay tuned for more information!

Post date: November 8, 2014 - 10:08am

On November 1 the Herrington Recovery Center opened a dual diagnosis track within its residential addiction programming. The expansion of the “dual diagnosis” services addresses not only addiction but also co-occurring psychiatric disorders such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and psychological trauma.

Rogers’ dual diagnosis programs are able to provide both psychiatric consultation and concurrent treatment of mental health concerns by board-certified psychiatrists. The primary goal of these enhanced addiction programs is to improve psychiatric symptoms and daily functioning while addressing obstacles affecting abstinence and recovery from alcohol and/or other substances. In each program, the schedule is arranged to include sessions with behavioral specialists who provide CBT and other clinical approaches, including behavioral activation and exposure and response prevention.

Post date: October 20, 2014 - 1:01pm

More than 120 referring providers, University of South Florida representatives, civic officials and local legislative leaders were among the more than 150 attending the Grand Opening Reception of Rogers Behavioral Health—Tampa Bay on October 16. Rogers new location opened September 29 with two intensive outpatient programs for children andadolescents, and adults. On Monday, October 20, two partial hospitalization programs (one for children and teens, the other for adults) opens.

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