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I have been receiving services from uniting communities however

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I have been receiving services from uniting communities however have not been happy with them since they were renamed from "uniting care Wesley" and staff have changed. I personally feel they have violated my trust and privacy, interfere where it doesn't concern them pay no attention to my complaints (just verbally and text so far), pressure me to see them on a day and time that doesn't suit me, constantly pressure me about medication that should not b their concern, accuse me of not taking medication and imply my judgement is affected altho there is nothing for them to base this on at all. I am not currently under any mental health and do not have a CTO or any such thing in place. I feel I am quite capable without them and esp. since they have cut back on their services and no longer take me to city appointments I would prefer to stop using them altogether. am I able to too tell them that I no longer require their services - I fear they would report me straight to mental health if I did so and there would b consequences or am I somehow "legally" bound to use their services? I do NOT want mental health on my case or in my life what's so ever - can I discontinue uniting communities without it becoming an "issue" for mental health to address? Should they b discussing me with mental health at all they r "checking in on me" every so often and it also makes me feel uncomfortable. Thank u for ur advice in advance -Amanda J.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 1 year ago.
What province is this?Is there any agreement or order or other requirement that provides you must get counseling at all even if not from them and is there anything specific about this group?Are you an outpatient?

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