For admissions please call: 248-531-2405
or email: admissions@rosehillcenter.org

248.634.5530

Financial Considerations

Overview of mental health costs

Program

Cost

Residential Rehabilitation Program

$400 per day

Co-Occurring Residential Rehabilitation Program

$450/day

Community Support Program

$535 to $800/month

Extended Residential Program

$235/day

Transitional Living Program

$165/day
   

All prices listed above are in effect as of January 1, 2017 and may be modified at any time.

Upon admission a $250 deposit is required which will be put into a separate escrow account. The escrow account will be used by Rose Hill staff to obtain necessary treatment in the community for the patient (i.e. medication, medication co-pays, lab work, medical treatment, etc.) Each month you will receive a statement of the status of this account, including an itemization of funds disbursed, along with the statement (per diem charges) for services rendered at Rose Hill Center. It is required that you maintain the $250 balance in this account on a monthly basis.

Rose Hill Center offers a full range of Services & Activities to residents in our residential programs.

Sources for Funding

Securing funding for treatment of a mental illness in a residential setting can be challenging for patients and families. Please review the Financial Assistance information below. Sometimes patients from Michigan can receive support from their Community Mental Health (CMH) agency. This assistance is provided on an individual case basis and referral is determined by CMH.

After the patient is admitted, if the patient and family wish, our experienced staff will research eligibility for, federal or state benefits if applicable (i.e. Supplemental Social Security, Social Security Disability Insurance or Medicaid). We also will provide, upon request, invoices for clinical services which may be reimbursed through private insurance. However, because Rose Hill Center is neither a psychiatric hospital nor an outpatient clinic, we have found that many insurance carriers decline coverage.

Some families have benefitted from fundraising sites or ‘crowd funding' programs to raise additional funds to help with their share of the cost of care at Rose Hill Center. Click here for information. Rose Hill Center does not endorse any of these sites, but is providing this link for information only.

Financial Assistance

For families who are unable to pay the full daily rate at Rose Hill, a Financial Assistance Program funded by Rose Hill Foundation has been established. Grants may be offered, prior to admission, based on financial need and the availability of Financial Assistance funds. 

To be considered for financial assistance, the potential resident and/or family should discuss the Financial Assistance Program with the Admissions Department. To start the process prospective families and residents will complete an online application through FACTS (Rose Hill Center’s online grant & aid system). FACTS will process the information and formulate a report based on the income and assets of the financial guarantor and prospective resident which is then reviewed by the Rose Hill Center Financial Assistance Committee. Financial assistance is not available to prospective residents who are receiving services through one of Michigan’s public mental health organizations.

 

 

 

 

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Please note: this PDF is NOT an online application, it is an electronic version of the PSAS paper application.”

Families will mail the form with their income documents and application fee to the following address:

Private School Aid Service
P.O. Box 89434
Cleveland, OH 44101-6434

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“You must DOWNLOAD this PDF and save it to your computer before filling it out. To properly complete the form and ensure the information is recorded correctly, you must open it within Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. (get.adobe.com/reader) DO NOT “view” the PDF and attempt to complete it in your browser. This will result in an unusable PDF and/or improperly recorded information.

Please note: this PDF is NOT an online application, it is an electronic version of the PSAS paper application.”

Families will mail the form with their income documents and application fee to the following address:

Private School Aid Service
P.O. Box 89434
Cleveland, OH 44101-6434

NOTE: You can select which pages you would like to print under the "Print Range" section and preview every page under the "Preview: Composite" section by moving the sliding bar beneath the image. If you have any problems printing the file, please follow the steps below:


Please contact your Account Representative with any questions or if there are any changes in administration/contact person and this e-mail should be sent to someone else.

We look forward to working with you and your families.

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