FSI Confidentiality Policy
All services are strictly confidential as outlined in the agency Confidentiality Policy. As required by this policy, Family Services Incorporated must report all cases of suspected child abuse to Childline, the 24-hour Department of Public Welfare hotline.
The Family Services Incorporated web site provides information, resources, referrals and data intended to assist the public. The web site also provides information for health care professionals and offers opportunities for volunteering in Family Services Incorporated fundraising events.
Personal information from those who communicate with us online may be collected for the purpose of responding to specific questions, advising visitors of new online material, activities and events, and offering opportunities for contributing to local and national programs and research initiatives. Our web server recognizes consumer domain names for the purpose of analyzing web site access and improving the content of our web site.
Individual requests to Family Services Incorporated are strictly confidential. Personal data such as your e-mail address, telephone number, address, age and gender may be collected in order to respond to your specific request for information. Records regarding the nature of individual inquiries to the site are used to create aggregate reports for internal use only. Family Services Incorporated does not distribute your personal information to third parties.
Online donations to Family Services Incorporated are processed over a secure connection between your computer and this server. Credit card information is encrypted when submitted to the processor.