Rogers Behavioral Health, Sheboygan, 2021 Community Benefit

Rogers Opens Services in Sheboygan to Expand Access to Care

Rogers clinicians and leaders, a Rogers advocate, and the Sheboygan mayor celebrated the opening with a ribbon cutting on July 20, 2021.
As part of its goal to increase access to mental health and addiction services, Rogers Behavioral Health recently opened an outpatient clinic and supportive living option in Sheboygan. 
Rogers’ multidisciplinary teams provide partial hospitalization care for six hours a day, five days a week for OCD, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, as well as co-occurring substance use disorder. 
The 10,000-square-foot outpatient clinic serves up to 12 adolescents and 28 adults at a time. 
“I lived here my whole life, and I never imagined a clinic like this would come to Sheboygan and we would have these resources available to such a small, tight-knit community that needs them so desperately,” said Erin Johnson, the clinic’s mental health nurse practitioner. 
To further support the community, Rogers is offering its first-ever supportive living services adjacent to the clinic. The homelike setting accommodates 12 adults at a time and provides stability during treatment as patients prepare to transition back into everyday life. 
Unlike traditional supportive living facilities that serve individuals with the same diagnosis, Rogers is available to patients in both the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery and OCD and Anxiety partial hospitalization programs.
In addition to Sheboygan, Rogers added adolescent and adult treatment options for Depression Recovery in West Allis and Brown Deer, as well as adolescent partial hospitalization care for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery and Depression Recovery in Kenosha. Rogers also recently broke ground on a residential care center in Brown Deer to open in 2022.