Maternal Mental Health Alliance Privacy Policy

This policy was last updated on 25/05/2018.

This privacy policy applies when the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (“the MMHA”) receives, holds
or otherwise uses personal data. This policy explains how the MMHA looks after your personal
information and what we do with it.

The MMHA is committed to protecting your privacy and the security of your personal data.
Whenever you provide personal data to the MMHA, we will treat that information in accordance
with this privacy statement and current UK data protection legislation. We will keep your personal
data accurate, up-to-date, secure and for no longer than is necessary.

The MMHA may use the personal information you provide for one or more of the following
purposes, but only in accordance with the permissions that you have provided us:

• To commence and/or administer your membership of the MMHA
• To communicate with you about our work and the work of related organisations in relevant
fields
• To process any application you may submit for employment
• To address and respond to any correspondence or complaint you submit about the MMHA
• To circulate surveys

The MMHA will not share your information with any other person or organisation without
confirming with you that you are happy for us to do so.

You may unsubscribe from mail or emails from the MMHA at any time, or update your
communication preferences, by contacting info@maternalmentalhealthalliance.org.

This privacy policy may be amended from time to time and we will send out updated versions as
necessary. If you wish to discuss any aspect of this privacy policy, please contact
info@maternalmentalhealthalliance.org, telephone 07377 795 074 or write to us at Maternal
Mental Health Alliance, International House, 12 Constance Street, London E6 2QL.