As a member or alumni of HCSA Dayspring SPIN, your personal information which you share will be kept confidential. All our staff and volunteers (eg. befrienders, counsellors, etc) are ethically and legally bound to treat your information confidentially. Dayspring SPIN will seek your consent before releasing your personal information (whole or in part) to external parties (individuals who are not employees of HCSA Community Services) with the following exceptions.
a) If we assess a clear and imminent harm/danger to you or someone else
b) If we have a reasonable suspicion that a child or family member is currently being abused or neglected or in danger
c) If ordered by national authorities (eg. police, government agencies/ministries, court)
Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) Declaration & Consent
Personal data (referring to interviews, quotations, photographs, video recordings, audio recordings of you) may be used for one or more of the following purposes.
a) Contacting you regarding your queries.
b) Dayspring SPIN membership (alumni / members) application.
c) Collation of event attendances.
d) Subscription to Dayspring SPIN or HCSA Community Services emailing/mailing list.
e) For referral to external agencies for help requested by you.
f) Internal and external publicity purposes such as (but not limited to) the following.
i. Printed & Digital media (eg. newsletter, publications, brochures, collaterals, flyers, posters, banners, reports, presentation decks)
ii. Online media (eg. websites, social media posts)
We are committed to safeguard your personal data and have put in place processes and internal procedures that comply with the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA). At any point in time, you are allowed to inform Dayspring SPIN, your social workers to withdraw your consent. Do note that ongoing services and help rendered to you may be disrupted should you choose to withdraw your consent.
Consent for Confidentiality Agreement and PDPA Declaration & Consent