To have informed consent and expression of choice regarding service delivery, the release of information, concurrent services, and the composition of the service delivery team.
To refuse certain treatment or medicine unless required by law to receive it.
To receive care that respects personal dignity, cultural and personal values,beliefs, and privacy.
To receive treatment based on individual characteristics,needs, abilities, and preferences regardless of your race,religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, or disability.
To have information about your treatment kept confidentialwith the limits of the law. This includes what is said to sta¬ff members and what is recorded in your medical record.
To receive care that is needed, if available.
To know the name and qualifications of the sta¬ff member(s)who are helping.
To know why treatment is changed from one staff¬ person to another.
To know why a referral to a new program is made.
To understand why a referral away from HELP is needed.
To access your health record and pertinent health information in sufficient time to facilitate your decision-making.
To request an amendment to your health information.
To obtain information on disclosures of your health information.