Privacy and Copywrite
The Bravewell Collaborative web site automatically collects and temporarily stores the following information about your visit:
- the domain name from which you access the Internet (such as "aol.com");
- the date and time you access our site;
- the pages you visited; and
- the address of the Web site from which you came to our site.
This information is not associated with individual users. It is used to measure the number of visitors to the various sections of the site and to help make the site more useful. Unless it is specifically stated otherwise, no additional information will be collected about you.
When inquiries are e-mailed to The Bravewell Collaborative, the question and the e-mail address information are stored so that The Bravewell Collaborative can respond electronically. Unless otherwise required by statute, The Bravewell Collaborative does not identify publicly who sends questions or comments to the Web site.
To assure the integrity of information on this server, The Bravewell Collaborative reserves the right to monitor system access if malicious actions are taken to disable on-line services or intentionally gain unauthorized access to internal systems.
Is the information on this site available for public use?
Most of the information available from this site is within the public domain and, unless otherwise noted, may be freely downloaded and reproduced. Please give source credit to The Bravewell Collaborative, including the title of the story, the URL, and the date the document was accessed.
Information contained in the Members Only Section is confidential and may not be distributed or shared at any time.
The Bravewell Collaborative, Bravewell, BraveNet and The Bravewell Collaborative logo are registered trademarks owned by The Bravewell Collaborative.
At times, The Bravewell Collaborative Web site may contain documents or links to documents, such as full-text journal articles, that may be copyright protected. Permission to reproduce copyrighted documents may be required. Please check the individual document in question for further information.