The type of information collected and held by HelpingMinds
HelpingMinds is funded to provide a range of community based services and programs across the state of Western Australia. The organisation collects personal information that is necessary to provide these services and programs, and deidentified statistical information required by funding bodies for reporting purposes. The type of information HelpingMinds collects and holds can include, but may not be limited to, the following for:
Clients of the services and programs provided:
Employees, Board members and other volunteers, and students on placement:
Supporters of HelpingMinds (such as financial and other donors and members):
Why HelpingMinds collects and holds personal information
Generally, information is held for the purposes of:
HelpingMinds is committed to maintaining privacy and will only use personal information for the permitted purpose for which we have collected the information.
How HelpingMinds stores and safeguards personal information
How HelpingMinds may share information
How clients and staff can access and seek correction of their personal information
How a complaint can be made about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles
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182 Lord Street
Ph: +61 08 9427 7100
F: +61 08 9427 7119
Armadale, Cockburn, Fremantle
Hillarys, Mandurah, Midland, Midvale
Carnarvon, South Hedland
Email : info (@) helpingminds.org.au
We respectfully acknowledge that we work on Aboriginal land and pay our respects to community members and elders, past and present.
Individuals pictured are models and are used for illustrative purposes only.