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Client Rights
As a consumer of Spindletop Center you have certain rights that are to be respected and implemented by the staff providing you services. Spindletop Center ensures that all individuals receiving mental health or IDD services are treated with the utmost dignity and respect.

Your Rights are protected by the following people and agencies:

Spindletop Rights Protection Officer Ginny Morgan ginny.morgan@stmhmr.org (409) 839-2226 Office, (409)782-5019 Cell, (800) 317-5809 ext. 2226 Office, Fax (409) 839-2246

Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS)

State of Texas, Department of State Health Services (DSHS)

 

Abuse

Texas Abuse Hotline Family Protective Services


Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services

P.O. Box 149030    Austin, Texas 78714     1-800-252-5400, 1-800-647-7418

Advocacy, Inc.
7457 Harwin Drive, Suite 100    Houston, Texas 77036    1-800-880-0821

Texas Department of Human Services (ICF-MR only)
701 W. 51st Street    Austin, Texas 78751    1-800-252-2065

To receive information about your rights as an individual with a mental illness or mental retardation, to ask questions about Spindletop MHMR Services or to file a complaint, you should speak to the Rights Protection Officer

Spindletop Center has a staff advocate available to anyone needing assistance in services. Our on staff advocacy is here to assist not only consumers, but also families and concerned citizens with providing education information and supports when needed.

You can also learn about your rights as an individual with a mental illness or mental retardation by viewing our Rights Handbooks at the links below.

Links

Client Right Books

 

Links Updated on 08/04/2010

General Web Resources


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