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MindFreedom's Privacy Policy

MindFreedom values your privacy. When you join MindFreedom or request that we send you information about our organization, certain information is stored in our database. This information is never shared outside of MindFreedom.


What information does MindFreedom collect?

  • When you join MindFreedom or request that we send you information, we store contact data such as your name, phone number, and postal mailing address.
  • Upon joining, you may also optionally provide MindFreedom with your email address.

How does MindFreedom use this information?

  • MindFreedom may use your contact information to provide alerts regarding the status of your membership, upcoming events, human rights campaigns or for fundraising. 
  • Your information is never shared with anyone outside MindFreedom and is kept strictly confidential.

How do I opt out?

  • Contact our office at (541) 345-9106 or contact@mindfreedom.org to opt out of future email, postal mail, or telephone contact from MindFreedom International.
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Chuck Hughes is a psychiatric survivor activist from Santa Barbara, California.

"I find inspiration and mental support in MindFreedom," says Chuck. "I like associating with like-minded activists for human rights in mental health. When I go into a Board or Commission and say I am a member of MindFreedom International. It gives what I say a lot more validity and my voice carries a lot farther. My first of eight involuntarily institutionalizations was at age 23. I have witnessed much injustice in mental health. I have been involved with the user and survivor movement since 1992. My goal is to help stop forced outpatient psychiatric procedures, seclusion, restraints and other human rights violations, psychiatric abuse and torture. Of particular concern is the elimination of forced electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) on people of all ages."
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