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Privacy Policy

Be Safe is committed to protecting your privacy. The personal information you enter into the app is only
stored on your mobile device. This means mindyourmind or ConnexOntario will not collect any information you put in the app and this information will not be shared with any external parties. Since your privacy matters to us, you control what information you enter in the app and with whom you share that information. Your region selection is the only information the app needs to ensure local resources are provided, and the app will not track your device location.

You can stop using Be Safe at any time; however, your information will remain on the app until you delete
or reset it. Consider password-protecting your device to keep your information private. We collect anonymized analytics information from the app store (Apple App Store or Google Play Store) from which Be Safe was downloaded, and from Google Analytics. This data is collected for the purposes of understanding how Be Safe is used, and is always aggregate anonymized data and never linked to a specific user or personal device. For example, the type of information collected includes: the number of times Be Safe was installed from the app store, the number of users on the app, and the number of users for each region selection.

If you click on any links provided in the app, for instance under the ‘Resources’ or ‘Reach Out Safely’
sections, you will leave Be Safe and the terms of those websites will apply. If you contact one of the Resources via the listed phone number or email, then those calls or messages are between you and the
Resource, and mindyourmind or ConnexOntario will not know who you contacted.

Please direct questions or concerns relating to Be Safe to Mindyourmind at

mindyourmind, is an award-winning, national non-profit mental health program that works in partnership with youth, emerging adults, and the professionals who serve them to co-develop innovative tools and resources. These resources are often designed to reduce the stigma associated with mental illnesses and increase access and use of community support, both professional and peer-based. mindyourmind inspires youth to reach out, get help and give help.

mindyourmind is a program of ConnexOntario