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Mental Health Today Privacy Policy

Mental Health only receives private information from users when they write to apply for a volunteer position, submit content or ask to receive services such as the BPD Today Advocate Program. Email addresses are known by this website after joining one of the email lists available. This information is not shared with a third party.

Though Mental Health Today does not take letters from consumers and families due to time constraints and the high traffic, letters do occasionally come in. Users are advised that their letters may not be answered. Some of these letters are forwarded on to an agency or email volunteer who can further assist the person.

Information sent in to be posted on the website are posted anonymously unless it is clear that the poster asks to remain unanonymous.


All means are taken to protect and ensure the privacy of users. However if information is received that causes any suspicion that someone is a danger to themselves, a danger to others, or gravely disabled, appropriate agencies are immediately contacted and information can be shared with our volunteers. 

Individuals may choose to take part in our discussion boards. It is the users personal preference to share private information publicly on those boards. Mental Health Today cannot and will not be held responsible for the individual's privacy in these cases.

Volunteers at Mental Health Today are instructed to protect the privacy of each individual they encounter.

User's privacy is extremely important to Mental Health Today. 


Patty E. Fleener M.S.W.
Webowner and President of Mental Health Today

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