Rogers Behavioral Health

Rogers Behavioral Health


Rogers Behavioral Health operates treatment centers in Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Tennessee, Florida, and Pennsylvania. The location in Eden Prairie, Minn. offers traditional and intensive outpatient programs (IOP), as well as a partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for adults and teens struggling with substance abuse and/or mental health disorders. Detox services are not available on site.


Rogers Behavioral Health offers multiple partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Treatment plans are specifically designed for each client. The partial hospitalization programs (PHP) meet for six hours, five times per week for four to six weeks. The intensive outpatient programs meet for three hours a day for five days a week for six to eight weeks.

The facility offers multiple programs to treat a range of disorders, such as PTSD, OCD and anxiety, mood disorders, and eating disorders. It is also among the 27% of U.S. facilities that provides treatment for adolescents.

Rogers Behavioral Health operates a Child and Adolescent Day Treatment for children ages 15 to 18. This program provides care five days a week. This program addresses a range of difficulties, including alcohol or drug use, school problems, anxiety, and self-harm.

Family involvement is key in the adolescent program. The center helps parents and families address the social, medical, and social aspects of treatment. All visitors must have approval from the client before visiting, and the facility will provide visitors with an access PIN and other forms of verification to get into the facility.

Treatment in most programs include group therapy, mindfulness strategies, experiential therapy, patient and family education, and individual therapy. The center utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), medication management, and experiential therapy.

The treatment center in Eden Prairie is often used as step-down care. If clients are in need of more intensive care, Rogers Behavioral Health provides residential services through its other locations.


The treatment team at Rogers Behavioral Health includes psychiatrist and therapists. Several of the staff members hold advanced degrees including Ph.Ds.


While has yet to receive alumni feedback to dat, secondary sources revealed positive feedback. On Google, Rogers Behavioral Health received three five out of five star reviews to date.[1] “The staff at Rogers Behavioral Health really know what they are doing,” reviewer Nancy wrote.


The single loved one polled by at the time of this writing provided a positive review. They gave four out of five stars for Rogers Behavioral Health’s treatment effectiveness, but did not rate specific categories. “Good facility,” they simply wrote.


On Glassdoor, Rogers Behavioral Health, as a whole, earned an average of three out of five stars from 78 reviews to date.[2] Many of the current and former staff members enjoyed working with clients and each other. Despite this, several former staff members reported a high turnover rate and limited training opportunities.


Rogers Behavioral Health accepts private insurance and Medicare, making it part of the 28.4% of facilities in Minnesota that accepts Medicare. Financial assistance may also be available based on each client’s coverage and ability to pay.


Rogers Behavioral Health is continuing to expand its organization to new areas. A 2018 news article showed that the organization is working to open a facility in San Francisco. This facility will focus on the treatment of mental disorders including OCD, which are prevalent in the area.

[1] GoogleReviews

Reviews about Rogers Behavioral Health

  • Treatment Effectiveness
strength:good facility weakness: n/a