Fequently Asked Questions
- How is Rose Hill able to provide financial assistance?
- What are the standard methods of payment?
- What is the cost for services at Rose Hill?
- What accreditation and licensing does Rose Hill have?
- How does Rose Hill support family members?
- What is the length of stay?
- What is the typical daily schedule?
- What type of professional staff work at Rose Hill?
- What treatment programs are available at Rose Hill?
- Who is appropriate for Rose Hill?
Rose Hill Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The daily rate directly reflects the cost of operation. The Rose Hill Foundation raises funds to assist families in need with financial assistance.
- Private pay
- Combination of private pay and Rose Hill Foundation financial assistance which may be available to patients who are not receiving services through one of Michigan's public mental health organizations. (See rosehillcenter.org for application procedure)
- Some health insurance policies may cover a portion of the charges.
- Public pay if provided by patient’s mental health authority.
The core program (Residential Rehabilitation) is $290 per day for a semi-private room and $315 per day for a private room.
- Rose Hill is accredited by The Joint Commission, a nationally recognized symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
- The Residential Rehabilitation and Extended Residential programs are licensed by the State of Michigan
- Professional staff are licensed in their practicing discipline by the State of Michigan
- The case manager maintains regular contact with each family.
- The psychiatrist consults with family when appropriate.
- Private therapists are available by referral for more intense individual, group or family therapy.
Length of stay is determined by an Individual Treatment Plan, but averages 6 to 12 months.
Meaningful activity is an important aspect of daily life at Rose Hill. Daily schedules are organized by Individual Treatment Plan and can include therapeutic work activities, job readiness and acquisition skills, school, therapy, exercise, cooking, budgeting, and computer skills. Elective activities include music, art, drama, dance/movement, and yoga. See more information by downloading A Day In The Life (PDF) and Services and Activity (PDF).
Rose Hill Center offers four distinct programs in its continuum of care:
- Residential Rehabilitation – This program gives patient an opportunity to reach their highest level of independent functioning by learning independent living skills and ways to manage symptoms.
- Transitional Living Program – This program provides an opportunity for patients to reside in one of seven on-campus townhouses where they can practice independent living skills-including working, volunteering or going to school in the community-in a safe and secure setting.
- Community Support Program – This program is available to individuals who have completed the Residential Rehabilitation Program and live within a 20 mile radius of Rose Hill Center.
- Extended Residential – This program treats individuals who need daily structure and support to maintain their highest level of independent functioning.
Individuals 18 years of age and older, with a diagnosis of mental illness who are:
- Able to participate in structured daily programming as directed by Individual Treatment Plan
- Independent with personal care activities
- Willing to take medications as prescribed
- Not currently dangerous to self or others
- Not currently abusing drugs or alcohol (may have a coexisting substance use disorder diagnosis)