Using our website and signing up for certain selected services, such as personal business lists, users must first register. During registration, users are required to give their contact information, such as name, e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number. For internal purposes, we use this information to communicate with users and provide requested services and, for our website visitors, to provide a more personalized experience on our sites. We also may collect demographic information. We use aggregate demographic information about our audience to improve our service for marketing or industry reporting purposes.
Many of our products and services are free to subscribers who meet certain demographic criteria. Independent auditors may need to certify the eligibility of these subscribers. In order to do that, we may collect unique identifiers, such as mother’s maiden name, that we disclose to the auditors strictly for industry reporting and audit verification purposes.
For our services that require payment, such as Business Subscriptions, we also collect credit card information, such as account name, number, and expiration date, which is used for our or our agent’s billing purposes only and is not otherwise shared.
From time to time, we invite website users and other customers to provide information via surveys or contests. Participation in these surveys or contests is completely voluntary, and the website user or other customer, therefore, has a choice whether to disclose requested contact information, such as name and mailing address, and demographic information, such as zip code or job title. In addition to the other uses set forth in this policy, contact information collected in connection with surveys and contests is used to notify the winners and award prizes and to monitor or improve the use of and satisfaction with the website or other Harmony Haus Sober Living product or service. Subject to the given customer’s preferences, as described in the “Permission” section below, such information also may be shared with third-party sponsors of such surveys or contests.
Harmony Haus Sober Living has features that automatically collect information from customers to deliver content specific to customers’ interests and to honor their preferences. This information assists us in creating products and services that will serve the needs of our customers.
For example, we use “cookies,” a piece of data stored on the user’s hard drive containing information about the user. Cookies benefit the user by requiring login only once, thereby saving time while on our website. If users reject the cookies, they may be limited in the use of some areas of our website. For example, the user may not be able to participate in sweepstakes, contests, or drawings.
For our internal purposes, we gather the date, time, browser type, navigation history, and IP address of all visitors to our websites. This information does not contain anything that can identify users personally. We use this information for our internal security audit log, trend analysis, and system administration and to gather broad demographic information about our user base for aggregate use.
We may combine demographic information supplied by a customer at registration with website usage data to provide general profiles, in aggregate non-personally identifiable form, about our customers and their preferences in the content of the site and advertising. We may share this composite information with our advertisers and business affiliates to help them better understand our services.
Other than as set forth above, we do not share personally identifiable information with other companies, apart from those acting as our agents in providing our product(s)/service(s), and which agree to use it only for that purpose and to keep the information secure and confidential. Also, our parent, subsidiary, and affiliate companies, entities into which our company may be merged, or entities to which any of our assets, products, sites, or operations may be transferred, will be able to use personal information. We will also disclose information we maintain when required to do so by law, for example, in response to a court order or a subpoena or other legal obligation, in response to a law enforcement agency’s request, or in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference with, either intentionally or unintentionally, our rights or property. Users should also be aware that courts of equity, such as U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, might have the authority under certain circumstances to permit personal information to be shared or transferred to third parties without permission.
We may share aggregate information, which is not personally identifiable, with others. This information may include usage and demographic data, but it will not include personal information.
If we change our Privacy Statement, we will post those changes on this page, so our users are aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under which circumstances if any, we disclose it. Users should check this policy frequently to keep abreast of any changes.
- Your Health Information Rights
- You have the right to a paper copy of this written notice of CLIENT NAME privacy practices. 2. You have a right to request a copy of your treatment record or to receive
- your health information through a reasonable alternative means or at an alternative location. CLIENT NAME requires that all such requests be put in writing. A reasonable fee will be charged for copying your health information.
- You have a right to request that CLIENT NAME amend health information that is incorrect or incomplete. If CLIENT NAMEdetermines not to amend the health information, it will provide you with an explanation of the reason for the denial and your rights to disagree with the denial.
- You have a right to request restrictions on otherwise permitted uses and disclosures of your health information. CLIENT NAME is not obligated to comply with such requests.
- You may request that we provide you with a written accounting of all disclosures made by us during a specific time period (not to exceed 6 years). We ask that such requests be made in writing on a form provided by our facility. Please note that an accounting will not apply to any of the following types of disclosures: disclosures made with your written consent for reasons of treatment, payment or health care operations; disclosures made to you or your legal representative, or any other individual involved with your care. You will not be charged for your first accounting request in any 12-month period. However, for any requests that you make thereafter, you will be charged a reasonable, cost-based fee.
- Changes to this Notice of Privacy Practices