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Posted February 3, 2005

Holly, Michigan
Janice Snyder - Admissions Director

[New Perspectives schools and programs are those new to Woodbury Reports, Inc., and are presented to expand your knowledge, with the disclaimer that we know little more about them at this time than what appears here. Inclusion in Places for Struggling Teens, of course, does not imply any endorsement by Woodbury Reports, Inc. -Lon]

Rose Hill Center is a private, non-profit, psychiatric rehabilitation facility for young adults over 18, who are diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, clinical depression, bi-polar disorder or other major mental illness. Residents must have a diagnosis of mental illness and be willing to participate in a daily, structured program as directed by an individually developed treatment plan. Potential residents cannot be actively suicidal or harmful to others and cannot be currently verbally or physically aggressive. Rose Hill offers three levels of care: the Residential Rehabilitation Program, the Transitional Living Program and the Community Support Program.
In the Residential Rehabilitation Program, a clinical team, consisting of a psychiatrist, nurse, social worker and job-training specialist, evaluates each resident's current mental health. Based on this evaluation, an individualized treatment plan is developed with the resident, including appropriate goals and a proposed time frame for meeting those goals.
The Transitional Living Program (TLP) helps “bridge the gap to community living.” It is for individuals who have achieved a basic level of independence, but need supervision and guidance before moving back into the community. Residents must structure their day by engaging in meaningful activity such as the Rose Hill work program, paid employment in the community, school or volunteer work.
Upon completion of TLP, residents may participate in Rose Hill Center's Community Support Program. The Community Support Program provides case management services on an ongoing basis to those residing independently in a community near Rose Hill. Individuals are responsible for gaining employment, managing medication, structuring leisure time and solving the problems of everyday living in order to establish a healthy, well-rounded lifestyle.
All levels offer residents the opportunity to participate in the school program. The school program consists of GED classes, as well as remedial instruction in reading, math, computer instruction, music therapy, art therapy and a therapeutic horseback-riding program. Those who are not currently working may also participate in a Job Acquisition and Retention Program (JAR) that assists clients in a job search, including resume writing, job applications and interviewing skills.

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