Frequently Asked Questions
We know seeking mental health care can be overwhelming, which is why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions. From insurance coverage to what to expect during treatment, we’ve got you covered.
- Individuals 18 years of age and older
- Independent with personal care activities (with prompting, if needed)
- Have a primary diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar or borderline personality disorder
- Had past treatment, but need a higher level of care, or is looking for longer term treatment (The average length of stay for residential treatment is 9-12 months.)
- Compliant with medications and willing to take medications consistently and work with the psychiatrist to ensure the most effective medication regimen
- Currently not engaging in physically aggressive behavior
- 30 days free of active substance use and willing to abstain from substances while admitted
Rose Hill Center offers four distinct services in its continuum of care:
- Residential Rehabilitation -These services give individuals an opportunity to reach their highest level of independence by focusing on life skills and ways to manage symptoms.
- Transitional Living – These services provide an opportunity for individuals to reside in one of seven on-campus townhouses where they can practice independent living skills while managing their mental health symptoms with increased autonomy – including working, volunteering, or going to school in the community – in a safe and secure setting.
- Community Support – This service is available to individuals who have completed the residential program and live within a 20-mile radius of Rose Hill Center.
- Extended Residential – These services are for individuals who require a moderate level of daily care, supervision, and medication monitoring in a safe and supportive setting.
Teams of dedicated professionals providing an individualized program on a tranquil campus are key to the healing that takes place at Rose Hill. This combination of expert clinical care in a peaceful environment provides relief from the turmoil that mental illness and substance use issues can cause in a person’s life. Rose Hill Center meets people where they are and helps them develop a comprehensive, evidence-based plan in which they can articulate their areas of concern, as well as their personal goals. Rose Hill then provides the support and therapies that nurture and facilitate the healing process and assists them in achieving those goals.
Length of stay is determined by individual treatment plan but averages 9-12 months to successfully complete the treatment. A commitment to our longer term treatment program is essential and an integral part of why our treatments consistently produce sustainable, positive outcomes.
Rose Hill does not allow residents to possess or use:
- Alcoholic beverages or foods
- Alcohol-based mouthwash
- Non-prescribed medications
- Herbal remedies
- Over-the-counter medications not approved by our doctor
- Controlled medications not prescribed for them
- Illegal drugs
Can I use marijuana if it is not for medical purposes?
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 services, pursuant to our admissions agreement, resident handbook and other policies.
Meaningful activity is an important aspect of daily life at Rose Hill. Daily schedules are organized by individual treatment plans and include therapeutic work activities, job readiness and acquisition skills, therapy, life skills, healthy mind/healthy body groups, and exercise. Elective activities are also available to provide a well-rounded recovery experience and aid people in integrating positive social interactions and pleasurable activities into their daily routines.
- The case manager maintains regular contact with each family and provides support through the recovery process for the whole family.
- The psychiatrist consults with the family when appropriate.
- Family therapy may be a part of treatment to aid with transitional periods and create effective natural supports for the individual.
- Social workers
- Licensed professional counselors
- Autism spectrum disorder specialists
- Vocational coordinators
Rose Hill is accredited by The Joint Commission, a nationally recognized symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meet certain performance standards.
Rose Hill Center also holds five Adult Foster Care Facility licenses issued by the state, and professional staff are licensed in their practicing discipline by the state of Michigan.
To better fit your needs, Rose Hill Center offers a variety of financial options. Please call our admissions team for more information regarding the various methods to cover the cost of our services. The daily rate directly reflects the cost of operation, as Rose Hill Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Rose Hill’s financial assistance program, which is supported by the fundraising efforts of the Rose Hill Foundation, provides a limited number of grants to families in need who meet certain criteria. These grants are not available to individuals who are receiving services through one of Michigan’s public mental health organizations. Assistance can only be granted to the extent that funds are available. Other restrictions may apply.
- Private pay (check, credit card, or wire transfer)
- Combination of private pay and financial assistance grants
- Third-party insurance advocate may assist with reimbursable charges
- Public pay, if provided by a mental health authority
Please note we do not bill directly to insurance. We also do not provide billable codes, as we charge an all-inclusive daily rate. Families looking for potential limited insurance reimbursement can work with our recommended third-party insurance advocate. They provide billable codes , however they do charge a fee for their services.
Do you have any additional questions?
For more information about Rose Hill Center, contact us at 248-531-2405.