b'To be referred to appropriate services and agencies when your needs are beyond what can be provided at CareResource.To give informed consent or to refuse treatment, and tobe advised of the consequences of such refusal. To a humane and safe environment giving you reasonable protection from harm and appropriate privacy with regardto your personal needs.Engage in a language you feel most comfortable with when providing care, treatment, and other services.To obtain care from other clinicians within the primarycare medical home, to seek a second opinion, and toseek specialty care.Your Responsibilities as a PatientAS A PATIENT OF CARE RESOURCE, YOU HAVE MANYRESPONSIBILITIES TOO. WE ALWAYS WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCEPT THE CREDIT FOR YOUR SUCCESS IN TREATMENT. WE EXPECT YOU:To maintain the confidentiality of other patients.To follow the Program Rules. To follow the grievance procedure as outlined in the Patient Grievance Procedure for any problem or concern.To inform therapist/case managers at the agencies from which you receive services, that you are also receivingservices from Care Resource; coordination of servicesbetween agencies is to your benefit.-20-'