Information We May Collect
We may collect certain nonpersonally identifiable information whenever a user visits the site, including the user’s IP address, referring URL, browser type and the date/time of the visit, or utilize cookies to enhance the site experience and to understand how users are interacting with the site. A cookie is a small text file sent to the user’s computer in order to uniquely identify the user’s browser. We may also merge such information collected about a user with that collected from other users in order to identify and analyze trends to improve the site.
We may collect personal information, including but not limited to name, street address, e-mail address and telephone number, in order to obtain funding and other types of support for our work or to provide news and other information to those who request it.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago will take commercially reasonable efforts to prevent the loss or unauthorized disclosure of information. However, the security of data transmitted over the Internet cannot be completely guaranteed, and National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago shall not be responsible for any harm that users or any third party may suffer as a result of a breach of security with respect to use of the site or any information transmitted to the site.
Information from Underage Users
The site is intended for adults and National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago will not knowingly collect any personal information from children 13 years of age or younger. If we discover or are notified that we have collected any personally identifying information from a child under the age of 13, we will remove that information from our records as soon as reasonably possible.
Confidentiality and Disclosure
We understand that some information collected may be sensitive or confidential in nature, and we will take reasonable measures to keep this information private. In the event that National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago is required by law or court order to disclose the information submitted by a user, we will provide the user with notice (unless such notice is prohibited) so that the user may object to or seek to limit the disclosure.
Third-Party Web Sites
The site may contain links to third-party Web sites that are not owned or controlled by National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago. We are not responsible for the actions or privacy practices of any third-party Web sites accessed from the site.