Social Service Advocates Corp. Privacy Policy


Last updated March 23, 2021


This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies to information collected online from users of the Social Service Advocates Corp. (“SSA”) website. This Policy outlines the types of information SSA collects, when and how SSA might use that information, how SSA protects the information, and the choices you have with respect to your personal information. This Policy, together with SSA’s Terms and Conditions, and any other underlying agreements or terms, sets out the basis on which any data SSA collects from you, or that you provide, will be stored, shared, processed, or otherwise used by SSA.


By using SSA’s website, you accept the practices described herein, and you agree that the information you provide to SSA may be used in accordance with this Policy.


Please note that this Policy may be updated at any time without notice. Your continued use of the website will be deemed your agreement that your information may be used in accordance with the updated policy.


If you do not agree with anything contained in this Policy, please stop using the website and notify SSA that you would not like your personal information to be used in accordance with the Policy. SSA’s contact information can be found at the end of this Policy.


What Personal Information Is Collected Through This Website and How Is It Used?


SSA collects information about SSA’s users directly from the user, from SSA’s server logs, and through cookies. SSA does not share any of the information that you provide to SSA with third parties, except as outlined in this Policy, when required by law, or when SSA believes in good faith that the law requires it.


If you fill out the contact form or assessment form on this website, SSA will ask you to provide some personal information, including but not limited to, your e-mail address, name, phone number, date of birth, employment information, military service information, and personal health information. The personal information that you provide will be used so that SSA may respond to your inquiry.


The information that you provide will also be used to communicate with you in the future. If you do not wish to receive communications from SSA, you may inform SSA by contacting SSA using any of the forms of contact listed at the bottom of this Policy.


By submitting a telephone number to SSA, you agree that a representative of SSA can contact you at the number you provide. Your consent is not an obligation to receive any of SSA’s services.


By calling SSA, you agree that SSA may monitor and/or record your call for business or training purposes. These recordings will not be shared with third parties, except when required by law, or when SSA believes in good faith that it is required by law.


By using SSA’s website, you agree that SSA may track information about your visit and store that information in web server logs. The information SSA collects in web server logs helps SSA administer the website, analyze its usage, and improve the user’s experience. Examples of the information SSA may collect include, but are not limited to, your IP address, your internet service provider, the type of browser you use, and which pages you viewed.


SSA’s website may also use cookies to store and help track information about you. You may elect to not accept cookies using your internet browser settings, but please note that certain features of the SSA website may not function properly if you don’t accept cookies.


SSA may also utilize third-party vendors, including but not limited to Google Analytics, who may use cookies to collect and log information about users. This information is used by the vendor(s) to evaluate use of SSA’s website, and to compile statistical reports on website activity for SSA. SSA does not control, and is not liable for, the use or storage of information collected by third party vendors via cookies.


How Is Personal Information Protected?


SSA utilizes industry standard security measures that comply with all applicable laws. SSA uses these measures to help protect your personal information from accidental loss, unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. However, the transmission of information over the internet is never completely secure. SSA cannot guarantee the complete security of information sent to SSA electronically on SSA’s website, and therefore the transmission of any information is ultimately at your own risk.


Who Has Access To The Information?


SSA will not sell, rent, or lease client lists or other user data to third parties, nor will SSA make your personal information available to any unaffiliated parties, except as follows:


      • to agents, vendors and/or contractors who may use it on SSA’s behalf or in connection with their relationship with SSA;
      • if SSA knows of another individual or organization that may be able to assist you, SSA may refer you and share information that you provided with that individual or organization;
      • to government organizations, as needed in relation to your claim(s);
      • as required by law;
      • in a matter of public safety or policy;
      • as needed in connection with the transfer of SSA’s business assets; and
      • if SSA believes in good faith that sharing the data is necessary to protect SSA’s rights or property.


Accessing Third Party Websites Through SSA’s Website


By accessing third party websites through SSA’s website, you are consenting to the terms and privacy policies of those websites. If SSA provides a link to a third party website, SSA is doing so as a convenience only, and SSA does not accept any responsibility or liability for the third party policies and/or practices.


Users Only Of Legal Age Of Majority


SSA’s website is designed and intended for those who have reached the age of majority (18 years of age). By using SSA’s website, you affirm that you are at least 18 years of age or older. SSA is not liable for any damages that may result from a user’s misrepresentation of age. No one under age 13 is authorized to use SSA’s website or to submit information via SSA’s website. A legal guardian may not provide consent to this Policy on a minor’s behalf.


How Can I Correct, Amend Or Delete My Personal Information And/Or Opt Out Of Future Communications?


You may contact SSA, or opt out of any future communications from SSA, at any time. Please contact SSA at the e-mail address, telephone number, fax number, or mailing address listed below if you would like to learn what data SSA has about you, change or correct any data SSA has about you, ask SSA to delete any data SSA has about you, or opt out of future communications from SSA.



Phone: (310)478-8111

Fax: (310)478-8115


Mailing Address:

Social Service Advocates Corp.

1315 ½ Westwood Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90024