For 25 years the goal at Rose Hill Center has been a simple one: to help individuals achieve psychiatric stability and personal independence regardless of their ability to pay.
While Rose Hill Center strives to offer reasonable fees for treatment, the lack of insurance benefits and other support for mental health programs means out-of-pocket costs that are beyond the reach of many.
In response to this challenge, Rose Hill Center established a Financial Assistance Program through the Rose Hill Foundation. Without financial assistance, many would not have been able to come to Rose Hill for therapy, medication support, and education. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, hundreds of individuals have had the opportunity to benefit from our life changing programs and services.
Rose Hill’s tranquil, rural location allows people to regain their mental health in a peaceful, dignified setting, always keeping in mind that our residents are sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers. They are people with hopes, dreams and aspirations. They are people like Ronald. Shortly before Ronald’s discharge from the Residential Rehabilitation Program, he wrote this letter which was first published in the March, 2015 issue of the resident newsletter, News From the Hill:
I would like to say thank you to Rose Hill for all that you have given me. Not just the emotional support and help I needed, but the friends and family I have gotten along the way from here. Coming into this place I thought that I was going to be alone through this but I can see now that I am far from being alone — from the support from staff and my friends, I can truly say that I love everyone here like they were my family. As much as it pains me to say it, I feel like I am leaving my own family behind. I will miss each and every one of you.
Financial Assistance is a lifeline for many. Your support can provide the gift of hope and independence to people like Ronald who otherwise could not afford the full cost of treatment at Rose Hill.
Since Rose Hill opened in 1992, we have consistently returned seriously ill people to their families and society as more productive, self-motivated, and independent individuals. That is the Rose Hill legacy. Your support of Rose Hill’s Financial Assistance Program makes recovery and independence a reality for even more people who struggle with mental illness.
You can learn more about our services and programs at: rosehillcenter.org