The Extended Residential Program is provided for individuals who require a moderate level of staff assistance to structure their days. These residents receive daily care, on-going supervision, and medication monitoring in a safe and supportive setting. Residents participate in structured daily activities, including organized social and volunteer activities that are selected by the group. This program can accommodate up to 23 residents and is licensed by the State of Michigan.

Each house provides:

  • Individualized supervision, as indicated clinically
  • Organized social and volunteer activities
  • Community meals
  • Medication monitoring in a safe and supportive setting

Extended Residential Rehabilitation Program residents focus on achieving meaningful daily activities in the community rather than on moving through stages. They are important contributing members of both the Rose Hill and surrounding communities. Participants in this program make use of the resources at Rose Hill including:

  • Library
  • Computer Lab
  • Gym and exercise rooms
  • Art and music classes