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We keep contact form submissions as necessary to respond to your comments or requests. We do not use the information submitted through them for any other purposes. If you sign up for our e-communications, we save the information you share in our database
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We collect data through Google Analytics to track the location and number of visitors to our site. You can see how Google uses this information.
For the purpose of data collection, we also use SurveyMonkey for our Parents for Prevention Program which may inquire about participant attendance at each of our programs, as well as a place to add general notes about each session by the Preventionist who takes attendance after each session is over and writes notes, as needed, at that time. These evaluations ask how participants felt during each class, if they are likely to return for the next class, and if they have any remaining questions about the material covered in class that day. Additionally, evaluations may ask participants how likely they are to use the information they learned, and if they might do things differently as a result of what they learned and how knowledgeable they felt before and after the class about the topic discussed that day.
NOTE: SurveyMonkey may be used by Centro Latino in all of our programs and is not exclusively to our Parents for Prevention program.
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