The National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) thanks you for visiting our Web site. At NASMHPD we respect your privacy, and so we want you to know that during your visit to our site, you may be providing information to NASMHPD in two ways: 1) Anonymous statistics collected as you browse the site, and 2) Personal information you knowingly give us. We want you to be aware of how we handle this information.
As you browse the site, NASMHPD's computers collect information about
your visit, not about you personally. Using Web server logs, we monitor
anonymous statistics such as:
- How many people visit our site
- Which pages people visit on our site
- Which browsers people use to visit our site
We use these statistics to improve our Web site, monitor its performance, and to make it easier for you and other visitors to use. None of this information is associated with you personally. Please note that you do not give us your identity by visiting our Web site, however, you do identify yourself by sending us e-mail (see Personal Information, below, for more information).
Within this Web site, you may be asked to give us personal information,
such as when you ask a question via e-mail that requires a response or
when you login to our member section to adjust your contact information.
This information may include your ZIP code or e-mail address, for instance.
We want to be very clear: NASMHPD will not obtain personally identifying
information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide
such information to us. We will not sell or give away names, addresses
or any information about our site users to any third parties.
This Web site is produced and maintained by NASMHPD and its subcontractors.
The site's content is solely the responsibility of NASMHPD and does not
necessarily represent the position of the United States federal government,
including the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
(SAMHSA) or its centers.
NASMHPD assumes responsibility only for the information it provides
on its home pages. As a convenience to you, there are links throughout
this site that will allow you to leave NASMHPD's site. You should be aware
that any sites linked here are not under the control of NASMHPD. As such,
we can make no representation to you concerning the content of these sites,
nor does the fact that NASMHPD has provided a link to a site serve as
an endorsement by NASMHPD of any of these sites. You should also be aware
that the privacy protections afforded by the NASMHPD site may not be afforded
by sites linked to NASMHPD.
Your Privacy is Important to Us
NASMHPD values your privacy, and one of our most important goals is to
protect your privacy while you enjoy our Web site. Your information will
be protected as described unless the specific Web page says otherwise.
reflect the revised policy.
If you have any further questions about your privacy and the National
Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, please e-mail us
or call us at 703-739-9333. For more information on privacy issues in
general, visit the Federal Trade Commission Web site at http://www.ftc.gov.