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The CAMH Bill of Client Rights DVD : Understanding the rights of people who use mental health and addiction services
CAMH Empowerment Council and the CAMH Client Relations Office
CAMH Publications / DVD on sale / 2010-01-01 / 177052519X
Consumer/Survivor
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See what happens in different scenarios involving a client as she navigates the psychiatric system. Each scene dramatizes a positive and negative outcome of a woman who is trying to assert a particular client right.

Based on the CAMH Bill of Client Rights, this DVD and the enclosed booklet are designed to promote thinking and discussion about the civil rights of people who use mental health and addiction services in Ontario.

In addition to clients who use psychiatric or addiction services, this DVD and discussion guide will be of interest to mental health and disability rights advocates, service providers, students, and hospital and agency administrators who want to develop a bill of rights for their own organization.

For more information about the CAMH Bill of Client Rights, please e-mail lucy_costa@camh.net or client_relations@camh.net.

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