Moving Toward Independence
Our transitional services are intended to bridge the gap between residential care and independent living. Eligible residents who have successfully completed the residential programming stages and are ready for more responsibility can move into this next stage of care. These residents will reside with one or two roommates in townhouses that foster a community spirit, while still promoting a distinct sense of independence.
As is the case with most of the programs at Rose Hill, a critical aspect of our transitional services is meaningful daily activity geared to help residents feel a sense of purpose as they work toward reclaiming their independence. We assist all participants in scheduling daily activities that typically take up a minimum of 30 hours per week. These activities include education, paid employment and volunteering in the community.
Through this substantial time of dedication to meaningful activities, participants demonstrate that they can add value to society and to their community which, in turn, boosts self-esteem. The confidence and tools built throughout these transitional services give our residents lasting results that benefit their families and them for the rest of their lives.
Although residents in our transitional services program might work or attend school outside of Rose Hill, they still have full access to all the first-rate resources. Services provided to residents in the program include the following:
- Quarterly reviews of a custom treatment plan
- 24/7 mental health services
- Appointments with a psychiatrist or case manager
- Regularly scheduled activities
- Regular group and support meetings
- Help with insurance and managing health benefits
- Assistance with managing medications
- Community meals
- Art and music classes