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Recipient Rights
The Office of Recipient Rights insures that consumers' rights are protected and maintained while they are receiving services at Monroe Community Mental Health Authority.

As a consumer of MCMHA Services, you are guaranteed certain rights by law (Michigan Mental Health Code). For example, you have the right to:

- Receive mental health services that meet your needs and receive those services in a safe, sanitary and humane environment
- Know the benefits and consequences of the services being offered
- Be treated with dignity and respect when receiving services
- Be free from abuse or neglect
- Have your information kept confidential

More information about your rights can be found in the booklet titled Your Rights When Receiving Mental Health Services in Michigan (Spanish or Arabic). This booklet is available upon request and a copy will be given to you when you are seen for your first appointment at MCMHA.

If you have questions about your rights or have a complaint about the services provided by MCMHA, please contact Customer Services or the Rights Office for assistance. The following Advocacy Organizations are also available to assist you:

Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AMI)
(800) 331-4264
ARC of Monroe County
(734) 241-5881
Association for Children's Mental Health
(800) 782-0883
Michigan Disability Rights Coalition
(800) 760-4600
Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services
(800) 288-5923
United Cerebral Palsy-Michigan
(800) 828-8905
Links and Resources
Leadership Team
Rights Officer Shelley Koyl
Shelley Koyl - Recipient Rights Officer
Rights Officer Coy Hernandez
Coy Hernandez - Recipient Rights Officer

(734) 243-7340 or (800) 886-7340.

Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
1001 South Raisinville Road
Monroe, MI 48161