Privacy Policy

Donor Privacy Statement

Tennessee Children’s Home respects the privacy of its donors. We protect personal information. We do not give, sell or trade our mailing lists. Name, address and other information provided by a donor will be used appropriately to provide information on TCH activities including special events or fundraising needs and to acknowledge donations. If at any time a donor wishes to not be acknowledged or to receive less mail or wishes to be removed from any of our communications, they may do so by contacting us by phone at (931) 486-2274 and we will gladly accommodate the request.

Confidentiality Statement

Tennessee Children’s Home strongly believes in protecting the privacy of its philanthropic donors and prospective donors and the confidentiality of information concerning them. Donor records and other donor information are highly confidential and protected by organizational policy. The use of information for political or commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Appropriate action, including but not limited to actions that may lead to termination of employment, will be taken against persons or entities that violate these policies. Any individual, institution, or agency deemed to have violated these policies, or deemed to have jeopardized the confidentiality or privacy of any individual or organization affiliated with TCH by inappropriate use of information provided in accordance with this policy will not be permitted access to information in the future.

COA Standards:

Policy Statement:

All clients served by Tennessee Children’s Home have privacy rights under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 regarding the access, use and disclosure of their protected health information (PHI) maintained by TCH and may file a complaint when they believe those rights have been violated.