Rose Hill Center

Rose Hill Center


Set on more than 400 acres, Rose Hill Center is a long-term residential facility for people struggling with mental health disorders or co-occurring disorders. This facility is located in Holly, Mich.

According to the center’s website, Rose Hill Center’s goal it “to assist individuals in achieving and maintaining psychiatric stability and their highest level of independence.”


According to the facility’s website, Rose Hill offers a residential program for people struggling with both mental health disorders and substance abuse. The treatment center also has residential programs for people with just mental health disorders, and the average length of treatment is between six and 12 months.

Each client receives an individualized treatment plan, which is determined by each individual’s personal goals. Every plan addresses physical, mental, and emotional goals.

Plans often include individual and group therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, psycho-educational group, 12-step community group, sober recreational activities, and yoga and mindfulness group. Rose Hill Center provides Neurofeedback Therapy and eye movement desensitization reprocessing by referral.

The center operates a structured, simulated work environment, which teaches job readiness skills such as accountability, dependability, and teamwork. Residents are in charge of housekeeping, kitchen, horticulture, and farm animal care.

The center’s transitional living program helps bridge the gap between treatment and community living. Residents in this program still have access to weekly support groups and activities, quarterly treatment plan reviews, and assistance managing health benefits and insurance.


The facility’s website indicates the treatment team includes psychiatrists, consulting psychologists, nurses, therapists, social workers, case managers, and other specialists.


The center’s website notes the facility’s campus includes woodlands, lakes, fields, a full sized gym, and a workout facility. Residents live in private or semi-private rooms, the center accommodates 39 residents.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s former clients, however, the four people who left Google Reviews for Rose Hill at the time of this writing provided mixed reviews.[1]

One alum wrote about how the facility helped them and that they are doing great, while another individual advised people to “stay far away from this place.”


The lone loved one polled by at the time of this writing provided a mostly negative review. They only gave two out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, and one star when asked if they would recommend the facility.

“Poor screening at intake regarding how appropriate an applicant is for treatment. If it is not a good match it feels like the admission was based on a monetary decision,”they wrote.


According to the facility’s website, some insurance companies will pay for a portion of treatment.


Reviews about Rose Hill Center

  • Treatment Effectiveness
  • Accommodations & Amenities
  • Meals & Nutrition
  • Beautiful campus it has a working farm for patients Good reputation. Poor screening at intake regarding how appropriate an applicant is for treatment. If it is not a good match it feels like the admission was based on a monetary decision. The results of two years of mental health treatment were negligible, this is a location for the most severe who will likely never be able to live independently.