Find resources to help people educate their legislators and fellow community members about the positive impact Michigan's public mental health system has on all of its residents.
Local Appeal Form
Use this form to appeal a decision to deny, reduce, suspend, or terminate services.
Mental Health Code
Find information on submitting complains and reporting.
Recipient Rights Forms
Access forms to submit if you believe your rights have been violated, to disclose employee information and release of liability, or to file complaints.
Rights & Due Process Training
New Hire Rights & Due Process Training
Your Rights Handbook (PDF)
Rights & Advocacy
In compliance with the Michigan Mental Health Code, the Office of Recipient Rights (ORR) advocates for people who receive mental health services and for applicants, by offering recipient rights protection.
Volunteer Monitoring Committee
The State of Michigan requires that group homes and SIPs (Supported Independent Program Homes) be monitored a minimum of one (1) time each year. This process is completed by volunteer monitors who visit the homes to evaluate general living conditions, how people are treated, cleanliness, and each person's overall quality of life.
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