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We respect the privacy of every individual who visits our website. We take great measures to ensure the privacy and confidentially of any personal information provided through this site.
Use of Personal Information
Elder Care Alliance is committed to protecting your privacy. Our goal in collecting personal information online is to provide you with helpful and applicable information about our communities. It also provides us with the information to schedule an in-person visit.
You can visit the website without disclosing any information about yourself. Elder Care Alliance collects personal identifying information only when you register for a free lunch, schedule a visit or inquire about information for our communities. We do not sell, rent or share information with any other organization. Elder Care Alliance reserves the right to disclose your information to comply with applicable laws and lawful government requests, to operate its systems properly, or to protect itself or others. If at any time you do not wish to receive additional information from us, please contact us.
How to Contact Us
Should you have other questions or concerns about these privacy policies, please call our corporate office at 510.769.2700 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also reach us at the following postal address:
Elder Care Alliance
1301 Marina Village Parkway, Suite 210, Alameda, CA 94501
Elder Care Alliance, a non-profit organization, is co-sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas West Midwest Community & the Sierra Pacific Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. RCFE Lic #385600270. RCFE Lic # 015600255. SNF Lic # CA020000237. CCRC Lic #245. RCFE Lic # 216801868. RCFE Lic # 565800682
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