Rogers Behavioral Health will be entering its fifth state with the opening of a new Minneapolis facility in spring 2016. The 10,400 square foot space will offer treatment programs for mental health with a mix of partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs.
“This is the type of care that benefits someone who needs a more intensive level of outpatient care, or someone who may have received longer term care like we provide with our residential centers, but may benefit by stepping down to continuing treatment,” said Theodore Weltzin, MD, regional medical director, in a statement. “In both cases, we recognize the benefit of having care closer to home. We often complement other types of care available locally.”
Rogers has three behavioral health hospital campuses and six outpatient locations in Wisconsin as well as locations in Tampa, Florida; Nashville, Tenn.; and Skokie, Ill.