Rogers to open Hinsdale clinic
Wisconsin-based Rogers Behavioral Health plans to expand its Chicago-area presence.
The behavioral healthcare provider anticipates opening a second treatment center in the state in Hinsdale this fall, said spokeswoman Anne Ballentine. Rogers already has a location in Skokie.
The clinic will serve about 40 patients to start and have between 25 and 30 employees. It’ll offer treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders.
“The demand for our specialized mental health and addiction treatment is high,” Pat Hammer, Rogers president and CEO, said in a statement. “We’re happy to have the opportunity to grow into new geographical areas.”
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