A prospective resident, family member, or treatment provider can initiate the admissions process by contacting our admissions team. We are here to answer any questions, assist in navigating the admissions process, and guide your next steps towards admission. Our process includes gathering information on the potential resident’s past history and determining if Rose Hill Center is an appropriate fit and best treatment option.
There are a variety of different methods of payment to consider when seeking admission at Rose Hill Center. Our admissions team is able to describe these options in greater detail to assist in the process of making this decision. Please contact us for more information.
Standard methods of payment include:
Our Admissions Team at Rose Hill Center works in collaboration with all potential residents, their families, and treatment providers. Being flexible, accommodating, and available to assist in finding the appropriate treatment is the goal of the admissions team. Our admissions process is designed to fit the needs of those seeking treatment, providing a smooth transition, in a timely and professional manner.
Tabitha receives and responds to all forms of initial contact. She is here to answer any questions that you have, discuss general aspects of Rose Hill, and review financial options. Tabitha is happy to conduct on-site tours for those who would like to see our campus in action, and have a greater understanding of our treatment programs. She initiates and facilitates the admissions process with each prospective resident and their family.
Laura Mueller LMSW, ACSW
Director of Admissions
Laura guides families through the admission process and into treatment in a therapeutic and responsive manner. She collaborates with the prospective resident, their family, and the treatment team regarding admission and financial planning. Understanding the time sensitive nature of admission, she helps to remove barriers that prevent people from accessing treatment. Laura gathers admission-related materials (such as medical and treatment records) conducts initial pre-admission screenings and patient interviews. If a prospective resident is currently in the hospital, please inform the hospital treatment team of your interest in Rose Hill Center and have them contact Laura as soon as possible.
"As a team, we work together to determine how to effectively guide people to the appropriate treatment program."
- Laura Mueller, LMSW, ACSW
The therapy programs offered at Rose Hill Center are designed to help adults with mental illness regain control of their lives. The individualized programs are effective in treating residents who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder.
In addition to an appropriate diagnosis*, successful candidates for treatment at Rose Hill Center must meet the following criteria:
Be at least 18 years old
Not currently dangerous to self or others
Not currently abusing, or in need of detoxification from, drugs or alcohol (May have a diagnosis of co-occurring substance abuse disorder)
Independent with personal care activities (with prompting, if needed)
Able to participate in structured daily programming as agreed to in the Individual Treatment Plan
Willing to collaborate with psychiatrist to find the most effective medication regimen
Our professional staff is available to answer any questions that you may have regarding the program or the admission process. You can reach the Admissions Department at Rose Hill Center by calling either toll free 866-504-2259 ext 405 or 248-531-2405. You may also email through the form found on our Contact page or email directly to email@example.com.
We encourage prospective residents and their families to visit Rose Hill Center. Viewing the campus and getting a more in-depth understanding of the program may be helpful in selecting a therapy program that will facilitate the achievement of your goals.
*Due to the nature of Rose Hill’s programming, we are generally unable to treat persons with the following conditions as described in the DSM-5: Antisocial Personality Disorders (301.7) and Narcissistic Personality Disorders (301.81). We can treat a limited number of persons with Borderline Personality Disorder (301.83) or Histrionic Personality Disorder (301.50) but require that these persons be willing to participate in our Dialectical Behavioral Therapy program.
** Rose Hill does not allow residents to possess or use alcoholic beverages or foods; alcohol-based mouthwash; inhalants; non-prescribed medications, herbal remedies or over the counter medications not approved by our doctor; controlled medications not prescribed for them; or illegal drugs. In addition, Rose Hill Center does not allow the growth and/or use of medical marijuana by any of our residents who possess a medical marijuana registration identification card or documentation with the State of Michigan or any other state. Violation of this policy, including the growth and/or use of medical marijuana by a resident, will be grounds for discharge from any of our residential programs pursuant to our Admission Agreement, Resident Handbook and other policies.