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Family Involvement

Friends and family members are invited to visit during scheduled visiting hours and can play an important role in your treatment. However, no contact with your family or others will be made without your signed consent. Limiting visitors to two people at a time is recommended, and you may speak with your doctor if other visiting hours need to be arranged.

Visits By The Clergy
Butler Hospital's chaplain is available to meet with a patient and/or family members and can be reached at 401-455-6483. Clergy from outside of the hospital may visit their parishioners at times other than regular visiting hours.

Patient Confidentiality
The Rhode Island Mental Health Law requires that the identity and treatment of all patients be confidential during and after their treatment at Butler. Records are protected under Rhode Island State Law and Federal Regulation 42CFR, Confidentiality and Drug Abuse.

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