Since coronavirus (COVID-19) became a global pandemic in early 2020, our society has had to adapt in ways that most of us would never have imagined. Humans are social by nature, and we depend upon interaction with others on many levels, so the acts of quarantining and being socially distant feel unnatural. The extended time we have maintained this lifestyle has already negatively impacted our mental health.
Mental health issues impact tens of millions of Americans, many of whom may not seek mental health care during these unpredictable times in fear of becoming sick from the virus. Whether patients are reaching out for the first time or are ready to transition to the next stage of their recovery, they should feel comfortable knowing that their health and well-being are our primary concern.
Transitional Living Services at Rose Hill Center
Transitional living can be an essential part of a person’s holistic mental health treatment services. Not everyone who is ready to leave an inpatient setting is prepared to go directly back to unsupervised living. At Rose Hill Center, our transitional living services are a recommended step in helping our residential graduates change from 24/7 care to independent living.
Those who participate in our transitional living services live in townhouses right on our 400-acre campus. While residents are required to participate in a meaningful daily activity, such as attending school or taking on a job, they do so while living in a fully supportive environment where they have access to our many resources, including accommodations for COVID-19.
Rose Hill Center’s leadership strives to ensure the safest environment possible on our campus for both residents and staff. Additionally, we are continually working with public health experts at all levels and adhering to all the most up-to-date guidelines. Some of the health and safety protocols we have implemented include:
- Limited visitor access
- Daily screening for symptoms and signs of exposure
- Increased cleaning and sanitation efforts
- Testing for staff and residents with the most accurate tests available
- Daily temperature checks for staff and residents
- Meal delivery to campus homes
- Reminders of CDC guidelines for handwashing, social distancing, and mask-wearing
- Allocated quarantine space for anyone who exhibits COVID-19 symptoms
- Continual acquisition of PPE supplies
Don’t let the concerns over COVID-19 keep you from getting the treatment that you need.
Residential Care for Mental Health Treatment
Residents who participate in our transitional living services are graduates of either our residential rehabilitation or co-occurring service. For many, these services are the first steps in a long-term mental health treatment plan. While treatment is always individual, an average length of stay is between six to twelve months. Residents are evaluated for the first 30 days, and then a personal treatment plan is created and may include the following:
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Group therapy
- Trauma-informed therapy
- Neurofeedback therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
All residents receive individual case managers who help monitor treatment plans and who are available to work with residents to achieve their personal goals. Residents will also participate in work teams and take advantage of educational, career guidance, recreational and creative opportunities, contributing to the recovery process.
Learn More About Residential Care at Rose Hill Center
Rose Hill Center is a Joint Commission accredited mental health treatment center that has been providing the highest quality care since 1992. We’ve designed our exceptional transitional living services to bridge the gap between residential care and independent living.
The isolation that has occurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has intensified many people’s mental health issues. Many people are hesitant to seek treatment during this time. However, we ensure the safest environment possible throughout our campus and in our transitional and residential living facilities.