Consistent with Victorian Government and Federal Government policy and legislation, Mind abides by the Australian Privacy Principles in relation to how we handle personal information. Any information you provide through our contact us enquiry form or feedback form will be used for the purpose intended and we will not add your details to our mailing lists without your prior knowledge and consent. If you use the online subscribe function to receive magazines and newsletters, your contact details will be added to our mailing list.
We will store that information securely and confidentially; we will not share your contact details with anyone without your consent, unless required by law. Any website visitor logs that we may keep provide data useful to understand the user experience and guide site upgrades. No attempt will be made to identify specific users or their browsing activity.
From time to time Mind may invite site users to provide information via online forms or surveys. Participation in these is voluntary and the user therefore has a choice whether to disclose requested information (such as name and mailing address) and demographic information (such as postcode or job title).
The Mind website may contain links to other sites. Mind is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such other sites. Mind encourages its users to be aware when they leave its site and to read the privacy statements of each web site they choose to visit.
Mind is committed to evolving policy. This statement is therefore subject to a cycle of review.