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Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization on a mission to advance treatment, education, advocacy, and research on behalf of people with mental health or addiction challenges, their families, and the communities we serve. Join us.

What we do

Patient Care Grants
Angel Fund
Expansion Projects
Community Engagement
Program Support

Latest news, events, and more

Ladish Co. Foundation Center is a gathering place for Rogers’ friends and families and proudly features the Ronald McDonald Family Room.

Each year, patients depend on gifts from the community to make their holiday brighter!
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Join us in celebrating Jacqueline’s “cheers to 3 years” of mental health recovery with a donation to Rogers Foundation this #Giving Tuesday!  WATCH >>

Canine Assisted Intervention program at Rogers off to a pawsitively great start, thanks to donor support.

Mission Possible Fund supports recovery at transitional living house in Sheboygan, WI

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The challenge is real

Whether you know it or not, someone in your world is struggling. Mental health and addiction challenges affect one out of every five people, yet only a third will seek treatment. Rogers Foundation helps individuals and families overcome barriers to treatment. And with your help, we can bring happier days and brighter futures to even more people. Learn more about the challenge and how to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.

View the Rogers Foundation Book of Hope.

See why your gifts matter

Watch Theresa tell how a Rogers Patient Care Grant gave her a life back.

See how the need for Foundation help has grown during the pandemic.

Be a champion for mental health


Research. Awareness. Education. Activism. Encouragement. Hope. You have the power to save lives! By standing up in the fight against mental health and addiction challenges, you are telling the world that there is no place in this world for stigma. There is hope. By donating your time and resources, you are telling those in need that you support them. They are not alone. Together, we can make a difference!