Privacy Policy

CHA is committed to protecting the privacy of the visitors to its web site. This page details the personal information that is collected from visitors and how it will be used.

In general, personal information that is collected is used only in ways that are necessary for the proper functioning of the web site or in ways that are specifically indicated on pages where the visitor is asked to provide the information.


From time to time, CHA may seek to collect personal information through the use of web forms. This information will be collected for the use as described on the same page as the data collection form (and any such description should be construed as superseding this general privacy policy). This information will be used only for the use stated and will never be sold or redistributed to third parties for any other purpose unless required by law or otherwise noted on the same page as the data collection form. If at any time you wish to update your information or if you have any concerns about the use of personal information collected on this web site, please contact CHA as described on the "Contact Us" page.


As part of the normal functioning of the internet, the web server(s) on which this site resides collect technical information such as the date and time of each visit, the visitor's unique address on the internet (known as the IP address), the type of web browser the visitor is using, and the platform (such as Windows or Mac) the visitor is using. The web server(s) may also record the page the visitor was viewing just before coming to the web site (the "referrer"), if the visitor's web browser provides this information. This information is logged and the logs may be analyzed in an aggregate fashion to better understand the visitors and the way they interact with the web site. This information will be used to improve the web browsing experience of the visitors and will never be sold or redistributed unless required by law.


This web site may use a technology known as "cookies", wherein the web server asks the web browser to store certain information in a special text file on the visitor's computer. This information may uniquely identify a visitor and is used to improve the web browsing experience of the visitor by allowing information to be stored between pages and between visits to the site. The visitor has total control over this information and can delete the cookie file (or prevent it from being saved in the first place) at any time. In most cases, the use of cookies is optional and the site will function if you choose not to allow them; if cookies are required, this will be clearly indicated on the page in question. Cookies are specific to a single web site and the data contained in a cookie can never be shared with another web site or third party.