You can provide anxiety disorder sufferers an opportunity to once again become productive members of our community.
If you are interested in supporting Patient Care Grants to local residents in need,
The Anxiety Disorders Foundation (ADF) merged with Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation in December 2013.
Our goal is to increase the number of anxiety disorder sufferers seeking effective treatment by:
Directly funding treatment for those who can not afford it. (To learn more about applying for a treatment scholarship, click here.)
Providing training for mental health care providers to better assess and treat these conditions.
Increasing public awareness regarding anxiety disorders.
Its purpose to improve the lives of those affected by anxiety disorders however will continue through Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation in Oconomowoc.
Rogers Foundation will expand its patient care grant program to include the outpatient population served over the last ten years by ADF. The end result will be the same, the process will be adjusted. Anxiety patients will still have the opportunity to apply for a patient care grant to receive free treatment – only now through Rogers Foundation.
Research shows that anxiety disorder sufferers tend to have high levels of functioning before becoming afflicted with their conditions, and regain this high level of functioning following successful treatment. Our goal is to make treatment of anxiety disorders available to anyone who needs it.
In the event that treatment is necessary, it will be provided through one of our Greenfield or Oconomowoc facilities in Southeastern Wisconsin.
If you would like to apply for free outpatient treatment for anxiety disorders, please contact us at: