Get involved

Whether you’re a former patient or family who wants to stay connected to Rogers Behavioral Health or a passionate supporter of mental health and addiction challenges, there are many ways to get involved!

Give for a better day

Every gift is the gift of a better day for someone in need! Make your gift in any amount, either one-time or recurring. Select how/where you want your donation to be used or make your gift in honor/memory of a loved one.

Recognize a Rogers team member

Shine the LimeLight on someone special at Rogers
Whether you want to celebrate an important member of your clinical team, an insightful art therapist, a kind dietician, or an understanding member of our patient access team, make a donation in their honor and put them in the LimeLight!

Recognize a nurse
Submit a DAISY Award nomination
Want to say thank you to your nurse? Nominate them for a DAISY Award and tell us how they went above and beyond.

Become a Rogers Champion

Do any of these statements apply to you?
Rogers Foundation provides funding to support patients and programs throughout Rogers. Help us raise friends and funds for our mission by telling us how these areas made a difference in recovery.

  • I received a Patient Care Grant to help with the cost of treatment.
  •  I received an Angel Fund gift for hardships incurred outside of treatment (transportation, accommodations, utility bill, food, clothing, other).
  •  I participated in Spiritual Care programming or met with a chaplain.
  •  I took part in the “Up to Me” stigma reduction program.
  •  I spent time at the Ladish Center/Ronald McDonald Family Room.
  • I worked with a dog as part of a Canine Assisted Intervention (CAI).

Share your Rogers experience
Reduce stigma and raise awareness of mental health challenges by sharing more about your positive Rogers experience and journey to recovery.  

Participate in mental health advocacy
Learn about opportunities and share your interest in helping others.

Help us fundraise

From social campaigns to special events, there are so many ways to support our mission. Be creative and have fun!

Online fundraising page
rn your next special occasion into an online event with a purpose when you create your own online fundraising page for Rogers. 

Custom fundraising event
Whether it’s a school bake sale or a corporate golf outing, organizing your own event creates much-needed awareness and support for patients and programs at Rogers.

Facebook fundraiser
It’s easy to start a fundraiser for Rogers Foundation on Facebook and encourage your friends to give to a cause that matters to you.

“Give for a Better Day” drive
Collect much-needed items for patients at Rogers by organizing your own gift drive at your school, community organization, or business. Choose among our Angel Fund, Coping Skills, or Holiday gift drives and show patients you care. You may post our wist of items and let people bring in items OR purchase items directly from Amazon and have them shipped to the Foundation.

View our wish lists of items found on Amazon:

Shop on Amazon Smile
elp us every time you shop on Amazon. Go to, create an account, and then select Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation to start generating donations, as no cost to you.

Support our events

Whether you live near or far, there are many ways to participate in our special fundraising and awareness events:

  • Attend the event
  • Donate an auction item
  • Become a sponsor
  • Bid on items via online auction
Celebrate the Light Gala
The annual Gala is the Foundation’s premier fundraising and awareness event held annually in November in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Together, we will shine the light on recovery from mental health and addiction challenges raise funds to provide free treatment at Rogers Behavioral Health.

Women’s Gathering
Held annual in May in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, guests are encouraged to take a moment of inspiration and education as we gather in our shared passion for mental health and wellness. Leave the day with take-away tips to benefit your body, mind, and soul long after the event is over. All proceeds support the Spiritual Care Program at Rogers Behavioral Health.

Stay connected

Rogers Behavioral Health
Hear from our experts about important mental health and wellness topics affecting our world today and get the latest information about Rogers Behavioral Health, including nationwide program expansion projects, breakthought research, career opportunities, and stories of hope and recovery from former patients and famlies.

Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation
See how Rogers Foundation works closely with Rogers Behavioral Health to help build a future in which health and wellness thrive. Stay up-to-date about how our work makes an impact, and then take action to make the world a better place. Join us in our mission!

Take an active part in breaking down the stigma of mental health and wellness challenges by participating in the latest community-based workshops and acitvities through WISE Initiatve for Stigma Elimination and its partners.

End stigma together: the WISE approach

WISE – Initiative for Stigma Elimination, is dedicated to reducing oppression related to mental illness by building resilience, inclusion, and hope for mental health and addiction in all communities.

Stigma 101
Stigma is a major barrier to people geting help they need. Take time to learn what it is and how to overcome it.

Decide how and when to disclose
The Up to Me curriculum helps people make choices about if, when, and how they share their mental health and substance use struggles.

Support others
Learn how to respond in a supportive, non-judgmental way when people with mental health and other challenges are ready to share.

Build compassion resilience
Facilitator resources for professionals and caregivers to prevent compassion fatigue.

Become a part of WISE
Looking to be a part of the movement to increase inclusion, hope and support for people living with mental health and substance use challenges and help combat the stigma around these challenges?

Be resourceful

WISE words
Experts offering their best advice, research, and insights around stigma reduction.

Rogers’ resource guide
Find facts, videos, quizzes, blog, podcasts, downloads and webinars from Rogers Behavioral Health’s mental health and addiction experts.