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Is Transitional Living Right for Me?

Research indicates that the longer individuals remain in treatment for mental health and co-occurring disorders, the better their chances for long-term recovery and the lower their risk for relapse. Mental health occurs on a spectrum from mild to severe, so a range of treatment options are needed to treat the varying needs of each individual.…

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What to Expect in Transitional Living Services

For many, transitional living services are critical to lasting mental health treatment. Not everyone is ready to return to independent living after completing residential or co-occurring rehabilitation services. If you need Holly, Michigan, transitional living services, Rose Hill Center can help. Our transitional living program is a recommended step in bridging the gap between residential…

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5 Benefits of Transitional Living Services

Completing a residential holistic mental health treatment program is a source of pride and accomplishment. Still, it can also be a bit frightening to think about leaving the safety and security of a highly supportive environment, not to mention leaving behind the friends you made. Though you no longer need the 24-hour supervision of residential…

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5 Benefits of Co-Occurring Rehabilitation Services

Dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorder are different terms that mean the same thing: having more than one psychiatric diagnosis simultaneously. At Rose Hill Center, most of our residents are diagnosed with three or more psychiatric disorders. Our co-occurring rehabilitation services in Holly, Michigan, are designed to provide the integrative, comprehensive treatment critical to the successful…

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How to Find Community Support for Mental Health

Whether you’re seeking support for addiction, depression, anger management, anxiety, grief, eating disorders, or other mental health issues, support groups can be a valuable tool for managing your symptoms and making community connections. Community support groups for mental health are not the same as group therapy and are not a substitute for professional treatment. However,…

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Science Behind Mental Health and Mental Health Treatment

Mental health disorders have been misunderstood for centuries. Historically, individuals suffering from mental health disorders were persecuted because they were viewed as witches or possessed by demons. Hippocrates was the first mental health pioneer, believing in changing a person’s environment and treating them with medications of the time. Modern mental health advocacy can be traced…

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3 Types of Community Support Services

Preparing to leave long-term residential mental health treatment brings about conflicting emotions for many. Of course, there is a great sense of accomplishment, and rightfully so. Residential treatment takes hard work, and being ready to leave means you have made tremendous strides toward improving your mental health. However, this transition can also be scary, particularly…

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Top Tips to Help Yourself Calm Down

Stress comes in many forms, and anxiety is a natural stress response. Everyone experiences stress and anxiety from time to time. However, millions of Americans live with chronic stress and anxiety that interfere with their daily functioning and quality of life. People are often unaware of the far-reaching impacts of stress and anxiety. Many believe…

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National Counseling Awareness Month: How To Become An Advocate

The American Counseling Association (ACA) recognizes April as Counseling Awareness Month (CAM) to acknowledge the work of counselors across the nation. This month is meant to spread awareness about the benefits of counseling and work to destigmatize it. According to the ACA, over 665,500 counselors are working in diverse settings, such as schools, agencies, private…