Any information you share with our website is considered to be completely confidential. We do not share your information with any third parties. Visitors to this site are recognized only by domain name in our web server. When possible, our server does not recognize individual email addresses.
We only collect the email addresses of those people who directly send us messages. We retain those email addresses only. We also collect information about the pages visited. This collected information only includes specific information that the user chooses to share voluntarily, including the information we collect from site registration and surveys and may include names, phone numbers, and addresses.
The collection of information is done so that we can improve the content and to update individuals who request information. We also collect this information for marketing purposes, as required by law, or to assist government officials in the case of an investigation. The information is also used to enforce policies on our website and to enforce laws to protect the site from any misuse or unauthorized use.
Why We May Collect Your Personal Information
In order to communicate with our visitors, we may collect the personal information of our users, including email addresses, names, and phone numbers. Some of our users request information or submit communications and we use the personal information collected to respond and provide that requested information. Collecting personal information allows us to send out free offers and other materials. The information is also used to ensure that users qualify for offers and that the requested materials are appropriate. Your information helps us best direct you to the legal and medical resources that you need for yourself or a loved one. We will never put your information on any mailing list or give it to a third party without explicit permission to do so.