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Great staff, kept us well informed as family members, lots of activities Letting patients sign themselves out This is a veterans facility so everything is paid for by government so I see no reason a patient can sign themselves out.
Seems to be helpful with certain mental problems but not the best at listening to an individual upon arrival. has many very qualified personnal to assist in a patients needs.
My son suffered from OCD that had taken over his life. We sent our son to Rogers as a inpatient for 60 days. I cannot express how much gratitude I have for the doctors and staff who helped my son to gain his life back. My son today lives without the torment of OCD. My husband and I will be forever greatful to Rodgers. It's been a little over a year now since my son was treated at Rodgers . My son has thanked my husband and I for sending him there. I and I for sending him to Wisconsin ( we live in California) to Rodgers. My son is now 17 now and living happily.
Outpatient recovery program drug and alcohol rehabilitation usually consists of therapy and counseling sessions arranged to fit into your schedule of school or work. If your drug or alcohol abuse is severe, or if you have certain medical conditions, you might participate in partial hospitalization, where you'll spend part of each day at the hospital being treated. You'll continue to live at home, returning there each night.
Healthy, well-functioning people often have strong social support networks, so building one is crucial to your recovery success. You'll meet new people in group therapy sessions or via community 12-step groups who can support you in your long-term recovery. Turn to relatives and friends who don't abuse drugs or alcohol.
If your home isn't a safe, healthy environment, join a sober living community where you can live with other recovering addicts.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.