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May 17, 2022

Wisconsin Club
900 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
11:00 am – Registration and Boutique Shopping
12:00 pm – Luncheon and Program

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We cordially invite you to attend the Women’s Gathering after a two-year hiatus. Join us for this educational and inspirational luncheon that will focus on the benefits of self-awareness as we turn our backs on the pandemic blues.

Sponsorship, Underwriting and Individual Registration

Proceeds from the Women’s Gathering benefit the Spiritual Care program at Rogers Behavioral Health. Funded 100% by the Foundation, this program offers patients valuable resources to care for their spiritual needs. It is offered free of charge and serves all faith backgrounds and worldviews.

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 below, or go to our event page for online registration.

Featured presentation

The ability to truly understand ourselves, including traits, behaviors, and feelings, is easier said than done – even without the unknowns of a pandemic. For those who may be struggling with a mental health challenge, it can be especially difficult. Defining our values and developing the skills to live according to them is a key step in the treatment process and leading a healthy and fulfilling life.

Join us as our honored speaker, Marissa, takes you on her mental and spiritual journey of self-discovery through OCD and depression, and discover the techniques she uses today to stay true to her body, mind, and soul.

Event Details

Parking

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

  1. Oconomowoc – leaving at 10 am from the Sawyer Road Park and Ride
  2. West Allis – leaving at 10:30 am from Rogers Behavioral Health on Lincoln Ave

Please email Linda Schieble if you would like to take advantage of the free shuttle service.

Boutique Shopping

Browse wellness and beauty items from specially selected local and national vendors. Pop up shops will include:

  • Kendra Scott (Brookfield)- Get your Elisa necklace in gold and peridot! As the signature piece of the event, it celebrates lime green as the offical color of mental health and awareness. The Foundation will receive 20% of the proceeds from all purchases between 17-18> In addition to the event, you can shop online or in-store (Brookfield). Use code: GIVEBACK-BSPMB. View purchasing details.
  • MayHouse Collection (Oconomowoc) – Enjoy a fun, compelling shopping experience with a well-curated mix of Home, Fashion, and Gift collections.

Watch for more information coming soon!

Menu

Asian Trio* – Rosemary cheddar cracker breadbasket | Schiso and tatsoi salad with mandarin orange, sweet pepper, sugar snaps and ginger sesame dressing | Egg drop soup | Almond panko chicken with sweet chili sauce and ginger sesame rice | Mango coconut cheesecake

*Gluten free, vegetarian, gluten free vegetarian and vegan options available. View menu options.

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.

Dress

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

Questions? Contact Linda Schieble or Laura Miller

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