benefits of transitional living services

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…

benefits of co-occurring rehabilitation

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…


An Apple A Day…

There have been several studies that link food and mood. In fact, over the years, Rose Hill has devoted this newsletter to the subject several times.  We have covered how food affects mood, the brain/gut connection, and the benefits of the Mediterranean diet.  Our understanding though of how these things all intersect with mental health…

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Healthy Coping Strategies for Mental Health

When thinking about being healthy, most people instinctively think about physical health, but mental health is equally important. The past few years have been particularly challenging for most Americans, and research indicates that the prevalence of mental health disorders is rising across the nation. Mental health disorders impact all areas of life, and it is…

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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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Low-Functioning Anxiety vs. High-Functioning Anxiety

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) states that anxiety affects 18.1% of Americans annually. Even with such a high prevalence, many people with anxiety disorders go undiagnosed and untreated, primarily due to a phenomenon referred to as high-functioning anxiety. Individuals with high-functioning anxiety experience the same symptoms as those with low-functioning anxiety, but…


Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot

July is the height of the summer season-known for family vacations, trips to the beach and long lazy days in the sun. We may not often think about how temperatures seem to be rising, and scientists now generally agree that the planet is warming. In fact, a study conducted by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on…

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What Causes High-Functioning Anxiety?

Do you worry a lot and constantly overthink everything? Are you continually planning, scheduling, and preparing for things? Does everyone else think of you as a master multitasker who always has everything under control? At the same time, internally, do you feel like you’re riding a rollercoaster of fear, self-doubt, self-criticism, and stress? Welcome to…