The main purpose of this Web site is to provide information and
enable you to register for the Coping and/or Rebuilding
privacy is important to us and we are committed to protecting
it and to making you aware of our practices regarding
the privacy of your information.
Our Web site does not automatically collect any individually
identifiable information, such as email addresses, from
visitors. We collect contact information from you when you
register. We may collect your telephone number or email
address should you make an inquiry and ask for a
response. When you register (either by phone or at a session) you will be asked to supply name, address,
telephone number(s), email address, years married, and whether
you are divorced, separated, or widowed. Contact
information will also be collected in each breakout group and
shared among your facilitators and other breakout group
members with your permission.
If you wish to update your personal information (such as your address), or if you wish to
remove yourself from our roster, please email one of the contacts
with your request.
How the information is used
We use your information to contact you with announcements
about upcoming program(s), logistical information during the
program, and any follow-up information that might be
necessary. Contact information is typically shared among
members of the same breakout group. Participants may
voluntarily contact each other to
We do not sell, rent, swap or otherwise share our mailing
lists with external organizations. Any personal information
you provide to the Coping/Rebuilding Programs will not be disseminated to third
We will disclose personally identifiable information when
required to do so by law.
Participants and facilitators are
instructed at the beginning of each program, and reminded
during the course of the sessions, that all information and
discussion in the breakout session is confidential and not to
be disclosed outside the breakout group. We rely on
participants and facilitators to uphold our confidentiality
requirement, but are not responsible if a participant does not
respect our policy.
Program managers and
facilitators exercise appropriate measures to ensure the
security of your personal information and to and protect it
from unauthorized access.