Now through Rogers Foundation, we will continue to encourage those who suffer from anxiety disorders to seek effective treatment by:
Funding outpatient treatment for those who cannot afford it and meet the application requirements.
Increasing public awareness regarding anxiety disorders.
For those who suffer from anxiety disorders and whose resources and insurance coverage are limited, you may apply for a Patient Care Grant. Grants are limited and distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis after clinical and financial need have been determined. Recipients will receive free outpatient treatment under the medical supervision of Dr. Bradley C. Riemann. Dr. Riemann is director of the Center for Anxiety Disorders, located in Greenfield and Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Under his leadership, state-of-the-art cognitive-behavioral therapy treatment is provided to patients by clinicians with years of experience in treating these disorders. He is also the Clinical Director of the OCD Center and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Services at Rogers Memorial Hospital in Oconomowoc.
Applying for a Patient Care Grant is simple:
Print the application and then mail or fax it to us using the information listed at the bottom of the form.
We will contact you after we review your information.
If you are financially and clinically eligible for a grant, you will have about a 30-minute phone interview to determine the clinical and financial appropriateness of your application.
If you prefer to have us mail you an application or if you have further questions, call us at (262) 646-1646.