Harbor House treats clients, family members, and staff with respect and dignity and is responsible for providing a safe and supportive environment. Harbor
House has a client grievance procedure which is given to all new clients at the time of admission.
Harbor House is committed to protecting your confidentiality as mandated by state and
federal law. The privacy of our clients and their right to be treated with confidentiality are
carefully guarded at all times. These rights are protected by law. Each staff member is
required to uphold these standards in all communications and records. To ensure a
safe and healing environment, we maintain a secure facility; only clients, agency
personnel and authorized visitors are allowed on the premises.
Release of Information
Harbor House will only release information with the signed written consent of the client.
In accordance with federal and State laws, Harbor Houses of Jackson, Inc. does not discriminate against any program participant/beneficiary, applicant or
employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, age, political belief or affiliation or handicap. [Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
(PL 88-352); Age Discrimination Act of 1974 (PL 94-135); Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (PL 93-112); Title IX of the Educational Amentments of
1972 (PL 92-318).]
Cost of Treatment
Rights & Confidentiality
Rules & Regulations