W. Va. Code R. § 64-74-13 - Rights Regarding Labor, Earnings, and Funds

13.1. A consumer has the right not to be required to perform uncompensated labor that involves the operation and maintenance of a behavioral health service, but may voluntarily perform it with compensation in accordance with the requirements of relevant State and federal requirements.
13.2. A consumer shall not suffer consequences for refusing to perform uncompensated labor for a behavioral health service.
13.3. A consumer may perform vocational training tasks that do not involve the operation and maintenance of the behavioral health service when the assignment:
13.3.a. Is an integrated part of a consumer's individualized program plan or treatment plan;
13.3.b. Has been approved as a program activity by the treatment staff; and
13.3.c. Is supervised by a staff member.
13.4. A consumer has unlimited access to his or her funds except as provided by West Virginia law, or by regulations promulgated by the Social Security Administration.


W. Va. Code R. § 64-74-13

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