Where to turn?
At Rose Hill, we believe that educating parents, families, friends and health care professionals about mental illness is an important part of our mission. We have dedicated space here to providing resources and information that is reliable and trustworthy.
The information collected on our For Patients & Families page offers links to advocacy and support organizations.
Our For Professionals page presents links to organizations that support mental health professionals. We’ve also begun to present some of our own observations about working in a residential treatment center and the outcomes we see in our patients.
At Rose Hill, we believe mental illnesses are both treatable and manageable and that with the appropriate clinical support, individuals can achieve an improved level of mental health. Therefore, as stated in our Public Policy Statement, we think all individuals with mental illness should have access to quality treatment and should be able to seek treatment without being stigmatized.
Please refer to the links below for information related to public policy, legislation and legal issues, and learn how you, too, can advocate on behalf of people with mental illness.
- Click here to view an updated advocacy plan provided by the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards (MACMHB).
- Click here to view a report provided by the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards (MACMHB), which includes a culmination of projections by the House Fiscal Agency, Senate Fiscal Agency and Department of Treasury regarding state revenues for fiscal years 2011 and 2012.
- Click here to view a special report provided by the Michigan Assisted Living Association (MALA) concerning the state budget.
- Click here to view a report funded by The Ethel & James Flinn Foundation, which describes and analyzes the existing structure of mental health care in Michigan.
- Click here to view a special report by the Michigan Assisted Living Association (MALA) regarding the 2010-11 Department of Community Health (DCH) budget.
Concerns or Complaints?
If you have concerns about client safety and/or quality of care at Rose Hill Center, you should contact Rose Hill’s President, Ben Robinson, by phone at 248-634-5530 ext. 411 or by e-mail at email@example.com. You may report concerns about client safety and/or quality of care to The Joint Commission by phoning 1‑800‑994‑6610 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For detailed information about The Joint Commission’s complaint process and/or quality incident review process, go to http://www.jointcommission.org/