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You can call the crisis center for any of the following reasons:
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This training is intended for case managers, therapists, administrative staff, and support staff. The training differs from the residential rights in that it includes information concerning Substance Abuse Recipient Rights, Appeals and Grievance, Advance Directives. This training serves as both the refresher and new hire orientation for non-residential staff.
Recipient Rights Training in a Non Residential Setting
Recipient Rights training is a required training for all staff, both new and seasoned, who provide services to recipients through community mental health funding.
This training's objectives are as follows:
1. To highlight the rights of recipients guaranteed by the Michigan Mental Health Code.
2. To ensure that employees understand they must report abuse, neglect and other allegations of rights violations.
3. To ensure employees understand when and how to report abuse, neglect and other alleged recipient rights violations
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