Web Privacy Policy

This online privacy statement describes how Alliance Behavioral Healthcare handles personal information that you provide to us when visiting this website. In addition, Alliance maintains a Notice of Privacy Practices describing how we handle protected health information.

Alliance is committed to privacy and security. Personal information collected on the website will not be disclosed to third parties unless we are required to do so by law. By using this website you agree to abide by this Web Privacy Policy as well as any other applicable Terms and Conditions found on the website. We reserve the right to update and amend our Web Privacy Policy as needed.

Alliance may collect some information about how visitors access and use a website affiliated with the domain and its contents. The information collected on this website is limited to non personally-identifiable information and may include information such as the computer address used to access the website. This data is used to improve website content and website management for users. Cookies may be used to facilitate the navigation of this site, but these cookies will not contain any personally-identifiable information. Other sites within the domain may have different privacy practices. If applicable, consult the privacy statement on each page.

When you follow a link to another site, including those of other local, state and federal governments and commercial entities, and when you provide information to an application operated by another local, state and federal government and commercial entity, this policy will not apply. You should check the privacy policy of each governmental or commercial body if you have concerns about how they handle personally identifiable information. This policy applies only to information collected on the Alliance website itself.

Please be aware that when you provide information to any government entity, that information may be subject to the North Carolina Public Information Act and applicable federal legislation. Information about the North Carolina Public Information Act (N.C.G.S. 132) is available online from the N.C. General Assembly website.

Additionally, although Alliance does not sell or rent personally identifiable information, certain local, state and federal governments and commercial entities whose sites are accessible through the Alliance website may sell personally identifiable information.

Terms and Conditions

Personal information collected on the website for the purpose of event registration and materials distribution will not be disclosed to third parties unless Alliance is required to do so by law. Alliance accepts only VISA and Mastercard debit and credit cards for event registrations and materials. Upon registering, individuals will receive a confirmation in the form of a receipt, if applicable, for each successful submission.

When registering for training, purchasing event materials or sending e-mails to Alliance you are communicating with us electronically. You consent to receive communications from us electronically. We will communicate with you by email or by posting notices on this website. You agree that all agreements, notices, disclosures and other communications that we provide to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communications be in writing.

Alliance reserves the right to cancel or reschedule events at its sole discretion. In the event that Alliance cancels a scheduled event without rescheduling said event, all registrants will be notified and relative fees will be refunded.

All individual cancellation/refund requests must be made via email to Alliance at AccountsPayable@AllianceBHC.org. If a registrant cancels his/her registration that individual will be eligible for a refund only if reservation is cancelled by contacting Alliance prior to the posted registration deadline. Refunds will be processed using the original form of payment and may take up to 10 business days to post to the registrant’s account. Registrants will receive an email confirming all cancellations and relative refunds.

Nonattendance does not constitute a cancellation and therefore does not warrant a refund. It is the responsibility of the registrant to verify that an event has been cancelled and a refund, if applicable, is transacted.



Page last modified: January 2, 2016