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Rose Hill Center

A long-term residential treatment facility for adults with mental illness and co-occuring disorders in Eastern Michigan.

Located on 400 acres in Northern Oakland County, Rose Hill Center offers long term comprehensive psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation services for adults with persistent mental illness.

Rose Hill Center

5130 Rose Hill Blvd.

Holly, MI 48442

Contact: Admissions

Phone: 248-531-2405

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  • Program types: Clinical residential, Farm/work-based

  • Location: Holly, Michigan

  • Environment: Mainly single bedrooms in co-ed buildings. Located in a rural community, but close to bigger cities.

  • Number of residents: In the Residential Rehabilitation Program, there can be a maximum of 38 residents split between three buildings. The Transitional Living program has a maximum of 17 which is split between 2 buildings. The Extended Residential can house up to 18 residents among 2 buildings, and in our Community Support Program, we strive for about 20 residents, who live off campus independently.

  • Gender: All

  • Ages: 18+

Conditions treated include:

  • Schizophrenia

  • Schizoaffective Disorder

  • Bipolar

  • Major Depressive Disorder

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Autism/social communication disorders

Services include:

  • Ongoing assessments

  • Individualized treatment plans

  • Behavioral therapy

  • Cognitive therapy

  • Daily group therapy with rotating topics

  • Individual therapy with a licensed psychologist or LPC

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

  • On-campus therapeutic work program

  • Community integration with off campus work

  • Volunteer and recreational activities

  • Case management by licensed social workers

  • Medication management & monitoring

  • Psychiatrist on site or on call

  • Registered nurse on site for medical needs

  • Registered dietitian/custom workout/health and meal planning if desired

  • Trained support staff on campus 24/7

Cultivate Lifelong Well-being

Rose Hill Center strives to provide highly effective and sustainable therapeutic programs for adults with mental illness, and associated disorders, which enabled them to manage their symptoms, and lead fulfilling lives.

Residential Rehabilitation Program

Our Residential Rehabilitation Program is rooted in a comprehensive approach that assesses psychological, physical, vocational, functional and social needs. We work in tandem to develop meaningful and tailored goals that address your individual needs. Our aim is to help you not only achieve these goals, but also maintain the growth and progress you’ve made so far. For many of our residents this program is the first step towards long-term stability and independence. The recommended program length is 6 to 12 months. The program focuses on clinical stability, vocational training, and independent living skills.

Transitional Living Program

This stage in treatment is intended to bridge the gap between residential care and independent living. Residents work, volunteer, or go to school in the community. They are permitted to have their personal vehicles and are responsible for cooking two out of three of their daily meals. This program provides structure and support while allowing the resident to experience independence and community integration while maintaining clinical services and supportive housing. These residents reside in private rooms with one or two housemates in town houses that foster community spirit while still promoting a distinct sense of independence.

Extended Residential Program

This program provides care for those needing a long-term supportive, living environment with clinical care. We provide a safe and supportive setting for residents, offering daily care, supervision, and medication monitoring. Residents engage in structured activities, including social and volunteer opportunities, while promoting community integration. With access to amenities like the library, computer lab, gym, and art/music classes, residents embark on a journey towards mental health well-being, while being supported by our dedicated team.

Community Support Program

This program works in tandem with Rose Hill Center’s clinical professionals to ensure all the resident’s needs are met while they are living independently within a 30-mile radius of our campus. As part of this program, we arrange consistent in-home visits by case managers to ensure the resident stays on the right path to recovery. As we thoroughly understand that everyone is unique, our program is both flexible and customizable, tailoring both service and corresponding frequency to specific resident’s needs. This program is fee for service so residents can pick and choose what services they need and is also financially sustainable long-term for many residents.

An individualized Approach for Adults with Mental Illness

At Rose Hill Center, we use person centered planning to make highly effective and individualized treatment plans for our residents. Our comprehensive programs and personalized approach help residents achieve their goals and reclaim their lives while also achieving long-term stability and independence.


  • Computer lab

  • Fitness center in gymnasium

  • Organize daily activities.

  • Music program

  • Art

  • Seasonal parties and celebrations

  • Yoga

  • Registered dietitian with personalized wellness plans

  • Variety of off-campus activities in outings

Educational & Vocational Skill Building

  • GED assistance

  • Opportunity to attend local colleges and universities (at later stages of programming)

  • Opportunity to work or volunteer off campus part time.

  • Community integration in volunteer opportunities

Strategic Life Planning

  • Coping skills

  • Interpersonal skills

  • Personalized wellness program for weight loss and healthy living

  • Enhancement of daily living skills

  • Vocational skills

  • Independent living skills, such as maintaining a household meal, planning, budgeting