Privacy Statement

As a team that provides information and referral to fellow providers and guardians, we are committed to protecting the privacy of E-visitors to As such, this website information does not constitute or replace licensed treatment or intervention.

This Privacy Policy describes how information is collected at the Site and how that information is used. Please read it carefully so that you can make informed decisions about using the Site.

Collection of Explicit Information

When you visit the Site, and make a specific request (such as a request for information or a request for us to contact you or set up an appointment) certain information is required to complete that request. If the request is completed through E-mail or our Contact Us form, you will be asked to provide your name and valid contact information. If a request is made for service that can only be completed through the US mail, you will be asked to provide a mailing address. The information that is collected is used only to complete the request and is not saved or used for any other purpose without your consent.

Collection of Implicit Information

Implicit information is information that is collected whenever a browser is used to access a web page. This information is logged by a server and can be aggregated into statistics for analysis. Implicit information is not personal to the user, and cannot be used to identify you, the user. We occasionally aggregate implicit data to determine traffic patterns, hits, visits, and other measurable statistics.


Cookies are small text files that are placed on a computer by a web browser. By themselves, they cannot be used to determine identity. Rather, they are used to identify the computer on which they are placed. Cookies allow website publishers to customize content for that computer. We will occasionally utilize cookie technology for specific pages and applications. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you may be able to set your browser to refuse them or to alert you when they are being sent.

Protecting Your Privacy

We take all reasonable precautions to protect the confidentiality of E-visitors to the Site. When private information is required, such as a name and phone number for us to call back, we do not share that information with anybody without your consent.

Note: When you make this initial inquiry via this website, we encourage you to supply name and contact information and good times to contact you only (how we can get back in touch). Do not supply clinical details (the reason for your contacting us) or details about any professional healthcare or treatment your loved one is currently receiving. Know that if you choose to supply clinical information via the Contact Us form on our website, you are doing so at your own risk.

Once we call you back, or make an in-person appointment, we can get all your details then. For information regarding the protection of your private health information, please refer to our HIPAA Privacy Notice (pdf opens in new window) and and statement regarding confidentiality of substance use disorder records.