The FSAP ensures strict confidentiality as governed by State Law and Federal Regulations (42 CFR Part2) to protect clients. All FSAP services are confidential. No information regarding an employee’s participation in the FSAP is released unless the employee/client authorizes the release in writing. The only exception to confidentiality is law which states that all licensed behavioral health professionals are mandated reporters of unreported child or elder abuse and that these professionals have a duty to keep people safe where there is a threat of harm to one’s self, or to others.
Consultations are rendered in on-site private office locations to ensure the comfort and privacy of the clients who are served.