Safe and Respectful Treatment Environment
You are responsible for helping the Agency maintain a safe and respectful treatment
environment. Adults and children are expected to act safely and appropriately towards all staff,
family members, and other clients. This includes, but is not limited to:
- While receiving services, rude or obscene language, evidence of intoxication or
substance use, and/or verbal/physical threats will not be tolerated and may result
in termination of services.
- Threats or actions against oneself or others are not protected by confidentiality
and may be reported to the appropriate authority.
Weapons are prohibited on our premises. If receiving services at home, weapons
need to be disclosed, locked and secured.
You are responsible for providing the supervision of any children in your care.
You are responsible for providing all the financial information necessary for the Agency to
provide services, including insurance coverage.
- You are responsible for payment at the time of service, when indicated. If you
transition from one Agency program to another, payment for a previous
outstanding balance is expected. Withdrawing from a program with an
outstanding balance may also jeopardize future involvement with Agency
- You are responsible for informing your provider about other services you are
currently receiving that could be a duplication of services.
- You are responsible to promptly provide any changes in information that relates
to treatment, billing and contact (e.g., name, address, telephone number,
insurance, employment, family composition.).