How to Help: Women’s Gathering




May 16, 2023
Wisconsin Club, Milwaukee
900 West Wisconsin Avenue

Growing with grace: Building a solid foundation for mental and spiritual health

10:30 am – Welcome Reception and Boutique Shopping
12:00 pm – Luncheon and Program

Join Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation at our annual Women’s Gathering fundraising and awareness event in downtown Milwaukee.

Enjoy a moment of inspiration and education as we gather in our shared passion for mental health and wellness. The fun begins at 10:30 am with the welcome reception and boutique shopping experience by local and national vendors. Then, we’ll sit down for a delicious lunch at noon, followed by our featured presentation complete with take-away tips to benefit your body, mind, and spirit long after the event is over.

All proceeds support the Spiritual Care Program at Rogers Behavioral Health. Funded 100% by the Foundation, spiritual care is offered at our Oconomowoc, Brown Deer, and West Allis locations. Through group and one-on-one sessions, patients have the opportunity to explore faith as a part of their recovery process with our on-staff Chaplains.

Become a cherished sponsor or underwriter and help ensure the success of this year’s event! Mail your support to the Foundation office by downloading the forms above, or go to our event page for online processing.

Event Details

Featured presentation

Growing with grace: Building a solid foundation for mental and spiritual health

Grace is the exercise of love, kindness, mercy, and favor. But when it comes to admitting our weaknesses and accepting help, living with grace is not always graceful! The act of self-improvement can be rough. It requires time, hard work, compassion, connection, and humility.

Take it from Kristin, our honored speaker, who will share how her physical, mental, and spiritual health has grown throughout her recovery journey. 


Business casual with a touch of lime green. Lime green is the color for mental health, and May is mental health awareness month. Wear a touch of lime green to bring awareness to this cause.


Parking is limited at the Wisconsin Club. Carpooing is encouraged. The Wisconsin Club will be providing free shuttle service for attendees from:

  1. Oconomowoc – leaving from the Sawyer Road Park and Ride.
  2. West Allis – leaving from Rogers Behavioral Health on Lincoln Ave.

Please email Linda Schieble to inquire about times and sign-up for this free shuttle service.

Bring a NEW stuffed animal

Children, adolescents, and even adults appreciate a furry friend to hold onto throughout their stay at Rogers. Bring a stuffed animal to share and provide a big hug to a patient in need.

Questions? Contact Linda Schieble orLaura Miller

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