During the intake process and throughout the program, Community Veteran Justice Project (CVJP) will collect certain personal information from you. The information is necessary for us to run our program, receive funding, improve our services, better understand your needs and obtain services for you.
We will only collect information that is necessary to achieve those goals and will not share it outside of the CVJP project, people/entities we are seeking services for you, and funders without your consent or authorized by law. In order to protect your rights and privacy we keep all forms secured in locked file cabinets with the addition of these forms emailed to our executive director and the supervisor to track on a tracking form and database to insure you have received the services and referrals, so cases can be tracked for any follow thru. The information gathered is used by internal case management staff to maximize service delivery to our clients. Additionally, the information gathered is shared to evaluate and improve service delivery. In order to receive and maintain funding, CVJP may share information, including personal information with our program funders. No information gathered is shared with any other external entity than mentioned above.