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rights of adult treatment service recipients - The Right to Treatment and the Right to Refuse Treatment

Jan 22,  · The following is a summary of your rights as a recipient of outpatient (nonresidential) services under the Rights of Recipients of Mental Health Services. 1. Basic Rights. You have the same civil, human and legal rights, which all citizens are entitled. You have the right to be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity. 2. Rights of Recipients. Full Rights of Recipients Adult Manual (also in Microsoft Word* or Adobe PDF*) Rights of Recipients Adult Audio Version. Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9 ; Note: Windows Media Player is available for the Windows and Windows Phone operating systems. To find the right Player version for your system.

The purpose of these rules is to articulate the rights of recipients of mental health services so that these rights may be enhanced and protected. Mental health service recipients should suffer no loss of basic human or civil rights. Because of the exceptional circumstances under which such patients are treated, however, the exercise of some rights. Rights of Recipients of Mental Health Services 1. When a person receives mental health services, Michigan’s Mental Health Code and other state and federal laws safeguard their rights. As staff you are responsible to protect these rights. 2. Michigan’s Mental Health Code is state law. 3.

Aug 06,  · All patients have both a right to treatment and a right to refuse treatment. These rights sometimes become the centerpiece of debate and dispute for people who are hospitalized with an acute psychiatric illness. The Right to Treatment. There is a long legal history on the right to treatment. DRNM staff can assist with issues such as the right to refuse treatment or the exercise of personal rights within a residential treatment program. As an advocacy agency, DRNM is committed to protecting the rights of recipients of mental health services, and following their wishes wherever reasonable and possible.