Rose Hill Center Names Laura Mueller as Admissions Coordinator
08/09/2013

Rose Hill Center, a psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation facility that offers a comprehensive range of programs for adults with mental illness, has named Laura Mueller as Admissions Coordinator.

Online PR News – 09-August-2013 – Holly, Mich. – Rose Hill Center, a psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation facility that offers a comprehensive range of programs for adults with mental illness, has named Laura Mueller as Admissions Coordinator.

As Admissions Coordinator, Mueller will guide new residents and their families through the admissions process, as well as help remove the barriers that prevent adults with mental illness from getting help when they need it. She also will complete assessments for prospective patients seeking treatment at Rose Hill Center to ensure they meet the criteria and will benefit from the center’s treatment programs.

Mueller began working at Rose Hill Center in 2010 as a support staff while attending Oakland University to obtain her bachelor’s degree in social work. After two years, she left to complete her required internship and receive her master’s degree in clinical social work from Michigan State University. Prior to this position, Mueller worked in Contractual Case Management at Rose Hill Center, providing case management for adults with severe and persistent mental illness within the extended residential program.

“We are very pleased to welcome back Laura to our dedicated team at Rose Hill Center,” said Ben Robinson, president and CEO of Rose Hill Center. “She has substantial knowledge of the field of social work and once again will be a great asset to the center.”

Mueller resides in Holly, Mich.

About Rose Hill Center
Rose Hill Center, established in 1992, provides a highly effective residential rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness. It was founded on the belief that recovery can take place when people receive professional psychiatric care, participate in meaningful daily activity, and engage in their own treatment program. Residents are guided through a therapeutic program that helps them manage their symptoms and provides them with an opportunity to achieve their highest level of independence. The center’s therapeutic work programs, including a well-established horticulture program, are essential to its mission. For more information, click www.rosehillcenter.org or call (248) 634-5530.