The Mental Health Association of New York City, Inc. understands and respects your desire for confidentiality regarding information about mental health and mental illness.
We are committed to protecting the rights of all visitors to our site.
Our website does not use “cookies” and does not collect any personal information on individual visitors to our site.
MHA-NYC only gathers certain usage information like the number or frequency of visitors, which pages were visited, the order in which they were visited, and how often they were visited. We also collect information regarding the “search term” used to locate information in our site, the Internet Protocol for the Internet Provider you used to access the Internet and the URL of the page you were visiting when you were referred to our site. This data is used only in an aggregate form and solely by MHA to improve our site for you and future users. This information is never disclosed to any outside organization.
In certain areas of our website, we request that you provide us with certain personally identifiable information, such as name, address, phone number and e-mail address. This information is requested only if you wish to join our mailing list, receive specific information by surface or electronic mail or register for training sessions or other programs. The information you provide will be used only for the purpose indicated. It will not be disclosed to any outside organization without your written consent.
If you decide to contact us by e-mail, we will maintain the highest professional standards of confidentiality permitted by law. Any information you decide to provide to us, including your e-mail address, will be used solely by MHA to respond to you. No information will be provided to any other organizations or vendors without your written consent unless required by law.
Throughout our website, you may be given addresses and links to other sites that we believe can provide additional information and assistance. Please be aware that each site has its own standards for privacy and we encourage you to review them to learn how they may affect you.