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Herbert Reid Home - Treatment Success

Treatment Success

Your treatment success will be enhanced by how much you are involved in developing and implementing your person-centered plan/ISP. You are encouraged to assume some reasonable responsibilities for the success of your treatment. Your increased involvement in your case increases the likelihood of achieving the best results. 

Your Responsibilities

  • Be on time for all appointments and call if you can’t make an appointment. 
  • Let the staff know about any changes to your medications or changes to your health. 
  • Treat staff and other members with respect and consideration. 
  • Follow the rules of the program where you receive services. 
  • Respect the confidentiality and privacy of other members. 
  • Be very involved in developing and reviewing your person-centered plan. 
  • Talk to your case manager, counselor or doctor and others on your planning team often about your needs, preferences, and goals. 
  • Tell us know when you are experiencing problems or changes in your contact information or finances. 
"It is the policy of the State to assure basic human rights to each client of a facility. These rights include the right to dignity, privacy, humane care and freedom from mental and physical abuse, neglect and exploitation.” - North Carolina General Statutes Article 3. 122C. 
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