Non-personal information is collected through the use of cookies, which are small text files that allow us to track the use of our website and allow for website improvement. They are NOT designed to track or obtain any personal information. Through the use of cookies we can measure, for instance, how many people visited a certain page and how long they stayed on that page. This information helps us determine content that is important to you. Cookies can be turned off in most browsers, if you wish.

Reporting Abuse

Any information given to us is treated as confidential. Telephone calls are NOT recorded and no attempt is made to obtain information about you unless you give it willingly. You will be asked if you are willing to testify. If you wish to not do so, just say no.

Personal Information Obtained on Applications for Assistance

We are required to keep records on all individuals in our programs. This information may be shared, without personal identification, with psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and others to help us in our education and counseling methods. You will never be personally identified unless you request that we do so, or because law enforcement has obtained a warrant for such information.

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact us here.