Consumer Health Data Privacy Policy

Last Updated: July 8, 2024

This Consumer Health Data Privacy Policy (“Policy”) provides you with information about how Homeskillet Health Inc (“Hero Journey Club,” “we,” or “us”) may collect, use, share, or otherwise process your “Consumer Health Data”, as defined in Nevada and Washington Law. This Policy serves as a supplement to our Privacy Policy.

We may update this Policy from time to time. Any updated Policy will be effective when posted. Please check this Policy periodically for updates. If required by law, we will contact you directly to provide you with an updated Policy.

Types of Consumer Health Data We Collect

The Consumer Health Data that we collect may include:

A. Health status or treatment information, such as information about past, present, or future physical or mental health status, health conditions or diagnoses; social, psychological, behavioral, and medical interventions; and medication information.

B. Inferences about health derived from other health or non-health data, such as  precise location information that may indicate an attempt to acquire health services or supplies.

Sources of Consumer Health Data

  • Data You Provide. When you contact us or request Services from us.
  • Information Automatically Collected. We may collect Consumer Health Data using automated data collection technologies, such as cookies and other tracking technologies. Please see the Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies section of our Privacy Policy for more information.  
  • From third parties. We may collect Consumer Health Data from third parties, such as service and content providers, our affiliated companies and subsidiaries, business partners, social media companies or other parties who interact with us.

Use of Consumer Health Data

We may use Consumer Health Data for the following purposes:

  • To provide you products and services. For example, we may use Consumer Health Data to make our website, products and services available to you; register, verify, and maintain your account with us; provide and deliver you the goods and services you request; and provide customer service.
  • For our internal business purposes. For example, we may use Consumer Health Data to maintain internal business records, such as accounting, document management and similar activities; enforce our policies and rules; management reporting; auditing; and IT security and administration.
  • For our internal research and product improvement purposes. For example, we may use Consumer Health Data to measure and improve our products or services; design new products and services; evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising or marketing efforts; and debug and repair errors with our systems, networks, and equipment.
  • For legal, safety or security reasons. For example, we may use Consumer Health Data to comply with legal, reporting, and similar requirements; investigate and respond to claims against us; establish, exercise or defend legal claims; protect our, your, and other third parties’ safety, property or rights; detect, prevent, and respond to security incidents and health and safety issues (including managing spread of communicable diseases); and protect against malicious, deceptive, fraudulent, or illegal activity.
  • In connection with a business transaction. For example, if we sell or transfer all or a portion of our business or assets.
  • For marketing and targeted advertising, For example, we may use Consumer Health Data we collect to send newsletters, surveys, questionnaires, or promotions.

Disclosure of Consumer Health Data

We may disclose Consumer Health Data to third parties subject to applicable law for the purposes described above, including the following categories of recipients:

  • Service providers. For example, we may share Consumer Health Data with vendors working on our behalf for the purposes described above, such as companies we’ve hired to provide administrative services, web hosting services, customer service support or assist in protecting and securing our systems and services.
  • Law enforcement, government agencies, and other recipients for legal, security, or safety purposes. For example, we may share Consumer Health Data to comply with law or legal requirements, to enforce or apply our Terms of Service and other agreements or policies, and to protect our, our customers’, or third parties' safety, property, or rights.
  • Other entities in connection with a corporate transaction. For example, to an acquiror in connection with a sale or transfer all or a portion of our business or assets.
  • The public. For example, if you leave comments on our blog posts or reviews on our product pages. Any Consumer Health Data in comments, reviews, or other content that you share in public areas of our online services may be read, collected, or used by other users or the public. 
  • Entities to which you have consented to the disclosure.

Your Rights

Washington and Nevada consumers have certain rights regarding their Consumer Health Data, including:

  • Right to Access. You have the right to confirm whether we process your Consumer Health Data and to obtain information about how we process that data. 
  • Right to Delete. You have the right to request that we delete your Consumer Health Data.
  • Right to Withdraw Consent. If you provided consent for our processing of your Consumer Health Data, you may have the right to withdraw that consent.
  • Right to Change. You have the right to ask that we change the Consumer Health Data that we collect.

To exercise your rights, please contact us at support@herojourney.club.

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at support@herojourney.club.

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