Client Rights Committee
The Client Rights Committee is a subcommittee of the Sandhills Center Board of Directors. It provides oversight regarding state and local rules about client rights.
What does the committee do?
The committee monitors the effectiveness of rights-protection methods, and provides feedback and recommendations for system improvements.
Who can be a committee member?
The Client Rights Committee is comprised of 11 individuals who represent mental health, substance abuse and intellectual/developmental disabilities services. Sandhills Center staff may serve on the committee as liaisons, but are non-voting members.
When does the committee meet?
The Client Rights Committee meets at 5 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every other month in West End, NC.
For minutes of previous meetings, visit the meeting archives.
Questions about the Client Rights Committee can be addressed to Anne Kimball.