The mental health treatment programs at Rose Hill have been carefully designed to effectively treat patients with a variety of mental health illness diagnoses. Some of the specific illnesses treated include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, clinical depression and bipolar disorder.
We provide patients with the insights, medications and coping skills they need to manage their illness. By combining medication review and management with intensive therapeutic residential rehabilitation and a continuum of care options, Rose Hill gives patients the tools they need to regain and maintain psychiatric stability.
Rose Hill is now able to provide on-campus, overnight housing for families of current patients and visiting professionals. A townhouse near the residential buildings can accommodate up to four people for a one- or two-night visit at a nominal per person fee. For more information about rates and reservations, please contact the administrative office at 248-634-5530, ext 0.
The focus of our program is recovery
We believe that recovery can take place when people receive professional psychiatric care, participate in meaningful daily activity, develop mutually supportive relationships, and engage in their own mental health treatment program.
Patients gain insights and learn to manage medications through our four mental health treatment programs:
For many patients, the right medication at the right dose can bring great relief. However, many people suffering from mental health illness have often taken a wide variety of medications, either in an outpatient setting or in a hospital, without the desired outcomes.
At Rose Hill Center, time and attention can be the difference between success and failure. In our residential setting we can focus the time and attention on finding the most effective medication and dosage for each individual.
With therapy and intervention, patients take an active part in learning to manage their mental health illness.