As an individual you have many Rights that are afforded to you by law (10A NCAC- 27C-F) and consistent with our mission to treat every person served with dignity and respect. PRIDE In North Carolina, LLC is committed to ensuring that these rights are protected. By law, we must inform you of these Rights and provide you with printed copies of your Rights upon admission to any of our services. We encourage you to ask questions about any information you receive.
Knowing your Rights can help you make better decisions about your care and ensure that you are safe and treated fairly.
These rights apply whether you are receiving services from PRIDE In North Carolina, LLC or from any other agency:
View the complete North Carolina rules governing rights (pdf, 307 KB)
(Note: The above link opens a pdf in a new browser window on the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Web site. Exit the page to return to this page)
Your rights can only be restricted for reasons related to your care or treatment by members of your treatment team. A restriction of your rights must first go through the Human Rights Committee for approval. Any restriction will be documented and kept in your service record.
Only the following rights may be restricted:
This means that from time to time, for your safety, the safety of others, or treatment reasons, some of your rights could be restricted. For example, if you have a personal possession that is dangerous or illegal, that right may be restricted, or if you make inappropriate phone calls, your phone privileges may be restricted.
Pride in North Carolina has 11 locations across the state.
Find the location nearest and most convenient for you.