All Kinds of News for January 12, 2022
2022 marks the 30th year of operation for the Rose Hill Center, which began as a group home for the founder's son and residents with similar diagnoses. A non-profit located today in Oakland County, Michigan on 412 acres, Rose Hill Center, serving up to 60 residents in 3 distinct programs, is achieving its vision of being nationally recognized for outstanding contributions in the field of psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation.
Today, a holistic approach combining medication management, behavioral therapy, and social and pre-employment skill building are just some of the components to programming which help residents achieve and maintain their highest level of independence. Providing a range of services from residential, to transitional, to community-based programs allow clients with serious mental illness to find their success. Rose Hill’s Medical Director, Christina Zachar, MD stated, “Working with the entire treatment team, using a Person-Centered philosophy and evidence-based therapies, I am able to help clients reach their unique and individualized goals”.
In order to meet the mission “to provide highly effective and sustainable therapeutic programs for adults with mental illness, and associated disorders, which enable them to manage their symptoms and lead fulfilling lives,” founders Dan and Rosemary Kelly collaborated with expert psychiatric and business professionals. Their vision combined with the clinical oversight and outcomes-based treatment has helped Rose Hill Center become the premier treatment facility it is today. Industry leaders helped Dan and Rosemary enhance their original dream, and go on to create a comprehensive treatment facility that has provided effective care and treatment to thousands of individuals and their family members.
Outreach Director Veronica Smith said, “the vision statement ‘To be known as the best treatment community for adults with mental illness by implementing effective and innovative treatment and therapy to foster growth and lasting recovery’ rings as true as it did 30 years ago.” Rose Hill’s commitment and vision have not wavered, to provide innovative treatment and therapy, resulting in many cutting-edge improvements, including the addition of social skills training with an autism expert, the introduction of RO-DBT to treat the unmet needs of many individuals, as well as a greater emphasis on physical health, and mindfulness. Complemented by a carefully designed therapeutic work program, clinical, leisure, educational, and recreational opportunities, and implemented by highly competent staff, Rose Hill provides residents with the structure they need to learn, develop, and practice skills that will help them live full and meaningful lives.
About Rose Hill Center
Rose Hill Center, a non-profit, in Holly, Michigan, is a comprehensive and effective psychiatric rehabilitation program for adults with serious mental illnesses and Co-Occurring substance use disorder. Rose Hill meets residents where they are and helps them develop a comprehensive treatment plan in which they determine their own personal goals. Each plan addresses physical, mental, and emotional goals by guiding the resident through participation in structured programming, therapy and activities designed to create a foundation for lifelong recovery.