Rogers Memorial Hospital–Kenosha is now providing additional mental health and addiction programming following its summer and fall expansions of services.
The 9,400-square-foot-facility, located at 9916 75th St., was renovated to include five group rooms, obsessive-compulsive disorder exposure therapy rooms, an art therapy room and more office space for staff.
In addition to physical space, the location added new mental health programming. For adults, a general mental health and dual diagnosis program was added, while an OCD and anxiety program is now offered for children and adolescents.
“The demand for mental health services continues to grow in Kenosha and surrounding communities,” said clinical director Jody Pahlavan. “Rogers always strives to be a part of the community. By adding and expanding our programming, we are hoping we can help meet the demand.”
Clinical services manager Debra Minsky-Kelly added, “Our growth in Kenosha is really for all of us… health care providers, schools and local families. The end goal is to enable life worth living through extraordinary mental health and addiction care.”
Rogers Memorial has been providing mental health treatment at its Kenosha location since April 2003. In the last year, Rogers has also added increased space and programming at its Brown Deer and West Allis locations.
Rogers Memorial also treats behavioral health patients at its facilities in Oconomowoc, Madison and Tampa, Fla.