My question involves public health law in the State of: Tn and Fl,
check myself in for rehab for PTSD and sex addiction, I'm asked to sign documentation that would allow my mothers estate to see my diagnosis and I tell them I rather not do so but they insist(strike one). The trust instrument provides medical under its terms, I tell the rehab facility they can have updates but no access to mental health records and they create an agreement for me to be sent back to their other facility which is more hands on in Fl but heres the 2 conditions that I need looked at.
1. not to engage in seeking medication for my ADHD.
2. compliance with giving information to my estate, including diagnosis information.
the issue gets worse, over the span of 3 months they fail to give me treatment for trauma therapy to treat my ptsd while failing to medicate my Adhd and keep saying "this is a rehab facility you can't have stimulants here." They claim im psychotic because I keep telling them I may sue them for lack of treatment. The therapist even warns me he can annotate my file if I was to sue. They lie on my discharge paperwork and say that I was subject to 12 step addiction treatment nightly which isn't true as I've kept their schedules and can prove that. they engage in bait and switch scams to make money and lie on review sites to make them look credible which I just figured out from their facebook page, which im certain would only benefit my scenario if i was to sue them. the trustees of my estate are saying I have to ask for the refund but they can't ask due to hippa law even know they were the ones to pay the bill. so do I need to ask or does the trustees of my estate need to ask?