We use web measurement and customization technologies, such as cookies, to help our website function better for visitors and to better understand how the public is using our website.
We use session cookies to gather data for technical purposes, such as enabling better navigation through our website and generating aggregated statistics about how the website is used.
Session cookies are temporary text files that expire when you leave our website. When cookies expire, they are automatically deleted from your computer. We do not use session cookies to collect PII, and we do not share data collected from session cookies.
Our use of session cookies is defined as “Tier 1” usage in accordance with the OMB Memorandum (M)-10-22 Guidance for Online Use of Web Measurement and Customization Technologies.
We use multi-session cookies, a.k.a. persistent cookies, to customize our website for frequent visitors and to test variations of website design and content. Multi-session cookies are cookies that are stored over more than a single session on your computer. We do not use multi-session cookies to collect PII, and we do not share data collected from multi-session cookies. Our multi-session cookies are set to expire two years after your last visit to our website. After two years, they are automatically deleted from your computer. Our use of multi-session cookies is defined as “Tier 2” usage in accordance with the OMB Memorandum (M)-10-22 Guidance for Online Use of Web Measurement and Customization Technologies.
You can take actions to block cookies. Blocking these cookies from your computer will not affect your access to the content and tools on our website. Instructions to opt out are available on USA.gov.
If you send us e-mail or send a message via our Contact Form or publications order form, your identity and the contents of your message are covered by the Privacy Act. Be assured that:
The information will not be shared with anyone not on the staff of Lemons2, SAMHSA or MHA of NYC. Unless in the judgement of Lemons2 there is a life-threatening situation. In which case your use of this site is your acceptance and permission for us to share your information with law enforcement and other first responders.
Your e-mail address will not be provided to any third party for any electronic mailing lists— government or private.
We create individual profiles with the information you provide to provide you with better service, it how we get to know you. Lemons2 Conserurges and Lemonade Making Professionals have limited visibility to this information, at your discretion, in order to provide you the highest level of service. We do not sell or give it to any other organizations.
The e-mail material, including your e-mail address and/or name will be correlated and linked to the material that is automatically collected as described above. This information will not be shared with or sold to anyone except as described above in a Life Threatening Situation. The only exceptions to above would be pursuant to a bona fide Court Order.
We do collect information for commercial marketing.
The use we will make of your information is to:
Do our very best to help resolve your personal problem
Consider your suggestions.
Possibly respond directly to you for clarification.
Try and answer your questions if you ask them.
For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, we employ software programs to monitor traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. In the event of authorized law enforcement investigations and pursuant to any required legal process, information from these sources may be used to help identify an individual.
The DIY Center provides information about legal, medical, financial, mental health and also has information on many types of Personal Problems for our Users and their families, policymakers, providers, the media, and the public.
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