Divine Intervention Rehabilitation, LLC


Every program participant of Divine Intervention Rehabilitation, LLC. has a human/civil/personal right to be respected and honored. In addition, it is the responsibility of all program participants to act in a manner that respects the rights of others. We are committed to the protection of individual rights and to providing services within an environment that is characterized by dignity and respect of all persons, and is responsive to the unique needs, abilities and characteristics of each person served by the organization.

Program Participant Rights:  As a participant, you have the right to:

1. Be fully informed about the course of your care and decisions that may affect your treatment
2. Revoke your consent for treatment at any time.
3. Timely and accurate information to assit you in making sound decisions about your treatment.
4. Have an individual identified in writing that will direct and coordinate your treatment
5. Request a change in individual directing and coordinating your treatment, if you so desire
6. Receive services in an environment that is free of all forms of abuse, including but not limited to,

(a)Financial abuse

(b) Physical abuse and punishment

(c) Sexual abuse and exploitation

(d) Psychological abuse including humiliation, neglect, retaliation, threats and exploitation

(e) All forms of seclusion and restraint

7. Have information about your treatment and your confidentiality protected to the greatest extent allowed by federal and state confidentiality laws and regulations

8. File a grievance or complaint about the services you receive without fear of retaliation or reprisal of any sort

9. Have family members, friends or others involved in your treatment with your consent and approval

10. Receive services that comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations

11. File a grievance with an outside third party if you feel that the organization has not satisfactorily addressed any concerns you have or does not adequately address any formal grievance you submit

12. To request a transfer to another program if you believe you are not receiving care that is meeting your needs and preferences

13. You may also have additional rights afforded to you based on federal, state, and local regulations. Your service coordinator will advise you of any additional rights that you may have.