Rose Hill Center, a Joint Commission accredited mental health residential treatment and rehabilitation facility licensed by the state of Michigan, opened in 1992 and has since provided treatment to over 1,800 individuals. Service offerings include Residential Rehabilitation programs to help residents develop sustainable self-care management skills and practices; Extended Residential services for those who need on-going supervision and care; Transitional Living in on-campus townhouses where residents practice independence in a safe, secure environment; Co-Occurring Residential Services for people who need help managing multiple secondary diagnoses; and Community Support services for graduates living in nearby communities.
Rose Hill is the only facility of its type in Michigan and one of only a few similar programs in the U.S.
Our beautiful 412-acre campus, located northwest of Detroit in rural Holly, MI, has the capacity to care for 80 residents. We also provide services to graduates of our program who live nearby. Our staff includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, medical nurses; specialty therapists, masters-level social workers, and support staff.
Rose Hill Center’s programs and personal interactions with residents, families, and staff are guided by our Core Values: