We understand that the privacy of personal information is very important and is part of the ethical principles guiding social work/practice. MeroPalo.com is committed to protecting any information that you may send through e-mail, fax, regular mail or voice mail.
Confidentiality is one of the ethical and legal principles of social work and counseling and we are committed to honoring those principles. However, require disclosure of information that would normally be confidential in certain situations:
Although these requirements are directed to clients, and website visitors are not clients, we will follow the principles of the law to the extent possible with website communications. Confidentiality is waived when:
a) a person gives permission to share information.
b) there is clear probability of physical harm to the person, to other individuals or groups, or to society.
c) a judge signs an order requiring disclosure
d) when the licensed person (in this case, MeroPalo.com) is a defendent in any complaint, disciplinary action, civil or criminal action that is filed by the person who has revealed the information.
Information We Collect:
Registration for Contents:
When you fax or submit online a registration forms, your information is saved to process the required actions and is backed up to a separate drive. The drive and any paper that may have your information is kept in our office records. MeroPalo.com have access to that information and we take precautions to protect it.
E-Mail/Comments from Website: The e-mail form is processed through a secure server and requires your e-mail address for us to be able to respond. Our response back to you cannot be guaranteed for confidentiality because that is your responsibility to safeguard any response from our office. If you use a computer at your place of employment, be aware that many employers monitor e-mail and can access your information from that computer.
We do not share your information with anyone outside our office.