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The third-party cookies used on our websites are used mainly for understanding how the website performs. We use a third-party service, Google Analytics, to collect browsing information and details of visitor trends. We do this to understand behaviour and interaction with our website, such as the number of visitors to the various pages on the site and which pages viewed. This information helps us to build a picture of what users are looking for and provide a better and improved user experience and help speed up your future interactions with the website. The information is processed in a way which does not identify any individual.
No personal identifiable data is collected, the information collated by Smarmore Castle relates to browsing activity across this website only.
Overview of cookie types
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What types of cookies do we use?
The table below explains the performance tracking cookies we collect and the information they store.
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We provide support with finding addiction treatment via LiveChat. Our live chat service is available for people affected by addiction and looking for advice regarding treatment and connects them with one of our trained admissions staff in confidence. We want to give everyone using our Live Chat service the best possible experience, here is what you can expect from this service.
What we do on LiveChat
- Our staff monitor live chat between working hours Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.
- You will have the opportunity to talk online safely and in confidence, and to choose what you tell us.
- Our trained supporters will listen to you respectfully and sensitively.
- Anything you say to us will be kept in confidence, and all your information will be safe and secure.
- Any questions we ask are so that we can ensure that you get the appropriate support and responses for your needs.
- If Smarmore Castle can’t help you we can put you in touch with one of our partners to provide specialist support.
Some things LiveChat doesn’t do
- LiveChat is not a counselling service; however, we will always listen to you.
- Once you leave live chat, even if this is due to a loss of mobile signal or internet connection, any live chat session you start again will count as a new, separate conversation and may be with a different trained supporter.
- Our admissions staff will help you find the information you need however we can’t provide medical or legal advice.
- If a member of staff on our LiveChat seems to give medical advice this advice is to be discounted.
- It’s crucial that live chat is a safe experience for both our users and our admissions staff. We don’t tolerate abusive or inappropriate language towards our admissions staff and we will block users that are misusing live chat.
- When you join live chat, you’ll be allocated to the next available supporter. This could be a man or woman, and we cannot guarantee that you’ll be able to speak to someone of your preferred gender.
You can give us feedback or make a complaint to help us improve our service. If you are happy with our service please also let us know or leave us a positive google review.
Smarmore Castle works hard to ensure LiveChat is secure. We will do our best to protect the information that you give us.
LiveChat, Inc. follows generally accepted industry standards to protect the Personal Data both during transmission and once received by the Company. No method of data transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore the absolute security can not be guaranteed. No data transmission via the Internet, however, can guarantee 100% safety. However LiveChat, Inc. takes all necessary steps and measures to update and modernize its data protection system. The transmission of most information is encrypted by using secure socket layer technology (SSL).
We won’t send you a copy of what we discussed with you during a live chat session. If you want to save our conversation, then you need to:
- take a screenshot on your smart phone or tablet or laptop
- take a photo of the screen if you’re on a laptop, PC or MacBook
Please remember to keep your information safe.
If you share personal details such as your full name and date of birth when using live chat, you can request to see the information we keep about you.
Please make your request in writing. When we contact you, you will need to provide proof of identity in person such as a driver’s licence or passport.
Page created: 30 August, 2021 Last updated and clinically assessed 30 August, 2021