When you or your family are receiving services from Linck, you have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect
  • Expect services in a professional and timely manner
  • Be involved in making decisions regarding you and your family
  • Be involved in the development of service plans for your family
  • Have your questions answered and reasons for decisions explained
  • Be able to provide feedback or express concerns or complaints without fear
  • Have your information kept confidential
  • Be given access to your personal information in your record upon your request

View Client Rights for Mental Health & Developmental Services here.

If you are a young person in the care of Linck Child, Youth & Family Supports:

As a young person in the care of a Children’s Aid Society living in a foster home, group home, treatment home and/or a youth custody facility, you are entitled to certain things while receiving services.