We respect and support the New Zealand Health and Disability Code of Rights. These rights are:
The right to be treated with respect
The right to freedom from discrimination, coercion, harassment, and exploitation
The right to dignity and independence
The right to services of an appropriate standard
The right to effective communication
The right to be fully informed
The right to make an informed choice and give informed consent
The right to support
Rights in respect of teaching or research
The right to complain.
How to make a complaint about Men and Trauma If you feel your rights have been breached in any way by Men and Trauma, we urge you to let us know the nature of your complaint by filling in the confidential form below.
All complaints will be treated with Immediacy and followed up with. If you are unhappy with that out come of that process, you are able to complain directly to the Health and Disability Commissioner. Information on that complaints process is found here.