Donate to Rogers Foundation this #GivingTuesday

Let’s all give a virtual round of applause to Jacqueline as she celebrates her third year of mental health recovery! Thanks to trauma recovery care at Rogers Behavioral Health and financial assistance from Rogers Foundation, she’s happy, in love, and living her dream of becoming a lawyer. WATCH >>

 #GivingTuesday is November 29.

 A day to make a commitment to a cause close to your heart. A day to give to an organization that will transform our communities. A day to turn funds into action.

This year, we’re asking you to make a gift to Rogers Foundation in support of mental health recovery. As a leading behavioral healthcare system in the country, Rogers Behavioral Health can be found in 10 states caring for more than 1,500 children, teens and adults with mental health and addiction challenges every day. And the Foundation is at the heart of it all, supporting patients and programs at Rogers to help build a future in which health and wellness thrive.

Together, we can move the needle toward recovery, tackle barriers to care, and restore lives.

Join us by making a year-end, tax-deductible donation to Rogers Foundation. THANK YOU for your support!

Our work is focused around six ambitious initiatives with compassion at the center.

Here are our current priorities:

  1. Transform treatment and understanding of mental health through research
    Thanks to generous donors, Rogers Research Center is conducting more than 50 studies to accelerate learning and deliver innovations to improve the effectiveness of mental health practices. Cheers to research!

  2. Deliver grants for free treatment to those with limited insurance coverage and personal resources
    Individuals and families in need were given more 2,500 days of free care at Rogers Behavioral Health thanks to the compassionate hearts of our donors.

  3. Expand services to reach to the underserved
    This year, Rogers opened a clinic in Denver, Colorado, marking the 10th state in which it offers services, largely because of donor involvement.

  4. Fund community-based programming to increase empowerment and reduce self-stigma
    Thanks to donors, the evidence-based program “Up to Me,” lead by the Initiatve for Stigma Elimination, continues to help people explore their mental health story from a strengths-based perspective. Cheers to feeling empowered!

  5. Grow programs to enhance the treatment experience
    Spiritual Care and Canine Assisted Intervention are two programs entirely supported through donations. These programs bring additional resources and complement the evidenced-based therapies at Rogers. Cheers to faith and dogs!

  6. Ease personal stressors related to care
    Sometimes the little things make a big difference in the treatment process, such as helping parents get to a family session or paying a bill because round-the-clock care prevents a steady paycheck. Cheers to easing personal stressors!