About Us: Mission

Mission

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Our mission

Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation secures funding and provides financial support to advance treatment, education, advocacy, and research on behalf of people with mental health or addiction challenges, their families, and the communities we serve.

We strive to help people overcome barriers to mental health and well-being. We do this by assisting with projects that support patients and programs at Rogers Behavioral health. Here are our six primary funding initiatives:

  1. Research – Enable innovative research through Rogers Research Center to advance evidence-based practices and improve mental health outcomes. 
  2. Patient Care Grants – Provide free treatment at Rogers to those with limited resources and insurance coverage.
  3. Community Learning and Engagement – Reduce stigma by expanding programming called “Up to Me,” in which teen and adult participants explore their mental health story from a strengths-based perspective.
  4. Spiritual Care  – Sustain Spiritual Care during treatment for those who request its services.
  5. Angel Fund – Provide for the personal needs of our patients and families to ease financial burdens associated with treatment (travel, accommodations, etc.) and enhance peace of mind through the Angel Fund.
  6. Expansion Projects – Expand specialized care to underserved areas by supporting growth of Rogers’ treatment locations and services.

Would you like to know more about us? Contact the Foundation now. 

Craig and Mary Schiefelbein graciously donated $100,000 to help build a new home for child and adolescent OCD and Anxiety Residential Care on Rogers’ Oconomowoc campus. This area is proudly named the Schiefelbein Visitor Room in their honor.

Learn more about mental health and addiction challenges and the work of Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation on our YouTube channel.