Rogers Behavioral Health expands into Minneapolis

Freeman Staff

Nov. 9, 2015


SUMMIT — Rogers Behavioral Health will open specialized outpatient programming in the Minneapolis area in the spring, according to a Monday announcement.

Rogers Behavioral Health — Minneapolis will be located in a 10,400-square-feet leased space at 6442 City West Parkway, Suite 200, in Eden Prairie, Minn. Planned treatment areas include obsessive-compulsive disorder and related anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression and other mood disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder, according to the announcement. All programs will serve adults, while the OCD and anxiety programs will also serve children and adolescents. A mix of partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs offering treatment several hours a day is projected.

“Rogers is known for specialty behavioral health care, and has served our many patients in Wisconsin for more than a century,” said James Ledbetter, vice president of regional partial hospital operations for Rogers, in a statement. “There continues to be a growing demand for mental health services. We believe we offer an expertise and commitment to specialized services that can help fill needs in each of the markets we’ve entered.”

Since September 2014, Rogers has added four regional locations in Florida, Tennessee, Illinois and now Minnesota. Rogers also has three behavioral health hospital campuses and six outpatient locations in Wisconsin.