Any questions about Patients Rights and Advocacy services for Mental Health clients in Shasta County may be directed to the Patients Rights Office at: 530-225-5973.
- Any questions about Patients Rights and Advocacy services for Mental Health clients in Shasta County may be directed to the Patients Rights Office at: 530-225-5973.
- Any questions about Patients Rights and Advocacy services for Mental Health clients in other Counties may be accessed by visiting that Counties Mental Health websites.
- The Office of Patients Rights is responsible for investigating complaints/concerns about mental health treatment in an inpatient or outpatient setting.
- They monitor facilities providing such care to ensure compliance with federal and state laws.
- They provide training on Patients Rights to providers and consumers.
- They represent client’s expressed wishes at Certification Hearings.
What To Bring – ( Limited To )
- Three sets of clothes (three shirts, three pants, three socks, three or more underwear).
- One jacket or one sweater and one pair of pajamas with no drawstrings.
- A washer and a dryer is available to do laundry in the facility.
- One or two pairs of slip-on shoes or slippers (no shoelaces)
- Above items to be brought in a bag (no storage space for suitcases please).
What To Not Bring
- No outside food unless permitted by Restpadd Staff
- Jewelry, watches
- Belts, shoelaces, ties, clothes with drawstrings
- Mirrors or glass containers of any type
- Valuables such as large sums of money, credit cards or keys, CD players, video game consoles, iPods, laptops, etc.
- Narcotics, weapons (such as Knives, firearms), street drugs. If found these items will be confiscated and handed over to the Police Department.