Rights of Intervention Program Participants
- You have the right to considerate and respectful care. Your facilitator is responsible for considering your individuality as it relates to your social, religious and psychological well-being and for providing you with those services which will best meet your individual needs. Your facilitator is also responsible for delivering all services in a professional and ethical manner.
- You have the right to privacy and confidentiality. Your facilitator should make every effort to protect these rights. No information concerning your involvement in the Intervention Program shall be made available to any organization, agency, or individual without your written consent. Only the intervention facilitator and any other Intervention Program Staff shall have access to information concerning your involvement in the Intervention Program.
- You have the right to request and receive information about the Intervention Program including any services, the charges for any services and the rationale and goals of any services. You also have the right to request an explanation for any and all referral recommendations you may be provided with during your involvement in the Intervention Program. You have the right to the names and qualifications of any and all Intervention Program Staff.
- You have the right to file a complaint if you feel any of your rights have been violated.
- You have the right to contact your intervention facilitator at any time during your involvement in the Intervention Program. If any problems do arise and you feel the need to talk, you should do so.
Responsibilities of Intervention Program Participants
- You are responsible for attending every intervention class and you should arrive on time. If you are unable to attend any class, you are responsible for calling your facilitator. We ask that you miss only in the event of an emergency.
- You are responsible for maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the other Intervention Program participants. You will be expected to discuss class proceedings during class sessions only. You may not share information contained in lectures with anyone at any time. All other information concerning any other person in the classes is not to be shared with anyone at any time. You will be able to learn a great deal from one another as long as this trust is maintained.
- You are responsible for providing the intervention staff with accurate and honest information. Your facilitator will base all of their recommendations on the information that you provide. If the information is not accurate or complete, the facilitator’s recommendations may not be appropriate for your needs.
- You are requested to refrain from the use of all mood altering chemicals (alcohol and drugs) during your involvement in the Intervention Program. The only exception to this request is the use of drugs that are medically necessary. If you have any questions about any mood altering chemicals you are currently using, please ask. You are responsible for keeping this commitment. This request is made because mood-altering chemicals do affect learning rates as well as emotional states.
- You are responsible for completing all homework assignments. If you have problems with or questions about any of the assignments, feel free to talk with the Intervention Program staff. You will not be graded or tested on any of the assignments. The homework is for you and is designed to help you in preparing for the intervention.
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