Participating Clients, Merchant Policies and Third-Party Websites
Information We Collect and How We Use It
Sanctuary Treatment Center collects certain information from and about its users three ways: directly from our Web Server logs, the user, and with Cookies. We use “cookies” to help create a more effective and convenient site experience. By showing us how and when visitors use the site, “cookies” help us determine which areas are popular and which are not. Many improvements and updates to the site are based on data such as total number of visitors and pages viewed.
We use Google Analytics, Google AdWords Conversion tracker, and other Google services that place cookies on a browser across the website. These cookies help us increase the website’s effectiveness for our visitors. These cookies are set and read by Google. To opt out of Google tracking, please visit this page.
We use AdWords remarketing to market our sites across the web. We place a cookie on a browser, and then a 3rd party (Google) reads these cookies and may serve an ad on a 3rd party site. You may opt out of this ad serving on Google’s opt out page. If you are concerned about 3rd party cookies served by networks, you should also visit the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.
Visitors to our website also have the option of adjusting the cookie settings on their browser.
We will not disclose personally identifiable information we collect from you to third parties without your permission except to the extent necessary including:
- Fulfillment of requests for services
- Protection of Sanctuary Treatment Center from liability
- Responses to compliance in legal matters or in connection with a merger, acquisition or liquidation of the company
Please note: Any Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”), Protected Health Information (“PHI”) or other data we collect from this website is protected under the Federal regulations governing Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patients Records, 42.C.F.R.Part 2, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), 45 C.F.R. Pts. 160 & 164 and cannot be disclosed without written consent unless otherwise provided for in the regulations. The Federal rules prohibit any further disclosure of this information unless a written consent is obtained from the person to whom it pertains.
Download and read our Notice of Privacy Practices.
Changes to This Statement
If you have questions regarding our Privacy Statement, its implementation, failure to adhere to this Privacy Statement and/or our general practices, please contact us at email@example.com.