What do you do with my information?
We have to keep some personal information about you. This is so we can keep in touch with you and know what your needs are. We store contact information, such as name, contact number and email address, so we can get in touch if we need to.
We also store basic information like age, gender, ethnicity and sexuality which you can choose whether or not to share with us, as well as information about your needs, such as wellbeing questionnaires and worker's notes so we know how to help you.
All of this information is held in a secure database, which can only be viewed by 42nd Street workers.
Can I see my information?
Yes, you can ask to see any information we hold on you at any time. Simply ask your worker about this, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us in writing at 42nd Street, the SPACE, 87-91 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester, M4 5AG.
Is working online secure?
We will always make sure any information we hold on you is secure and safe in our database; however, it is worth thinking about what equipment you are using to access the website. Sometimes public PCs, in places such as libraries, schools or colleges, have monitoring software installed that might compromise your confidentiality. You can speak to the owner of the equipment to check this, or contact us via your own device. You can also use the "exit site" button to leave the page you are on at any time.