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As a client, you have the right to:

The right to be treated with respect and dignity.

The right to receive treatment which is nondiscriminatory and sensitive to differences of race, culture, language, sex, age, national origin, disability, creed, socioeconomic status, marital status and sexual orientation.

The right to confidentiality.

The right to be free of any sexual or financial exploitation or harassment.

The right to refuse any proposed treatment consistent with chapter 71.05 RCW and 71.34 RCW.

The right to review one's own case record.

The right to be informed about your condition, and to participate in decisions affecting care.

The right to be fully informed regarding services, fees to be charged and methods of payment available.

The right to receive care, which does not discriminate against you due to any physical, mental or sensory disability or because of HIV/AIDS

The right to expect that all concerns and complaints will be addressed in a professional and non-punitive manner.

The right to develop a plan of care, which meets your unique needs.