Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation:

  • Advocates on behalf of the mental health care needs of children, teens and adults
  • Increases accessibility to Rogers’ renowned treatment programs through Patient Care Grants
  • Breaks down the stigma of mental illness and encourages those in need of help to seek treatment
  • Sustains the Spiritual Care program as a part of the treatment process for patients who request its services
  • Provides for the personal needs of our patients to make the treatment process easier and to increase overall comfort and well-being
  • Supports the growth of the hospital, including its treatment programs and facilities
  • Assists medical staff by funding research initiatives and outcomes studies benefiting patient care at Rogers, as well as the behavioral health care industry as a whole

Craig and Mary Schiefelbein graciously donated $100,000 to help build a new home for the Child & Adolescent Center. This area is proudly named the Schiefelbein Vistor Room in their honor.