Recipient Rights Policies and Procedures

Recipients of Pathways services have rights guaranteed by Michigan’s Mental Health Code and other laws.  These rights are outlined in a booklet entitled Your Rights which consumers receive when they begin services at or through Pathways.  If you have questions regarding your rights, contact the Office of Recipient Rights in your area.

Confidentiality and Disclosure

Appendix 1 - Privacy Policy

Appendix 2 - Recipient Access and Schedule of Fees for Copying

Appendix 3 - Minimum Necessary Information Procedure

Appendix 4 - Authorization Procedure

Appendix 5 - Individuals’ Rights to Request Amendment and Corrections of PHI

Appendix 6 - Accounting of Disclosures Procedure

Appendix 7 - Pathways Court Order or Subpoena of a Court Order or Administrative Tribunal Procedure

Appendix 8 - Duty to Warn Procedure

Appendix 9 - Disclosures to Protection and Advocacy Policy

Appendix 10 - Review for Detriment Procedure

Appendix 11 - Abuse and Neglect Reporting Procedure

Appendix 12 - Recipient Request for A Restriction of Uses and Disclosures of PHI Procedure

Appendix 13 - Verification of Identity Procedure

Appendix 14 - ARC HIV Procedure

Appendix 15 - De-identified Information

Appendix 16 - Confidentiality and Disclosure Procedure Co-Occurring Recipient

Appendix 17 - HIPPA Sanction Policy and Procedure

Appendix 18 - Pathways Breach Notification Procedure