Any questions about Patients Rights and Advocacy services for Mental Health clients in Shasta County may be directed to the Patients Rights Office at: 530-225-5506.
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
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.