Privacy Policy

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) collects personal data from you for the reasons that are stated in our privacy and data collection statement. We are required to obtain some personal data by law and for the organizations who give money us to operate our programs. Other personal information that we collect is important to manage our programs, improve services, and better to include and understand the needs of youth. We only collect data that we consider to be necessary and appropriate. Information about medical status, medications, mental health status and substance abuse status will not be shared.

You have the right to see and receive a copy of the information that we maintain about you, except for information compiled in anticipation of litigation, information about another individual, information obtained under a promise of confidentiality, or information that would, if disclosed, endanger the life or safety of another. We will consider changing any information about you if you believe the information in our records is inaccurate.

We take your privacy rights seriously. If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you may send a written complaint to SAY. We are prohibited from retaliating against you for filing a complaint. Please contact Matt Martin at or 707-544-3299 ext. 226.