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Since 1994 New Destiny has been the only organization in NYC focused on the long-term solutions for helping families break the cycle of violence – building safe affordable housing and providing housing services.

Privacy Policy

 

New Destiny Housing Corporation uses its best efforts to respect the privacy of its online visitors. At our site, we do not collect personally identifiable information from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. This means we do not require you to register or provide information to us in order to view our site. New Destiny only gathers personally identifiable data, such as names, addresses, zip/postal codes, e- mail addresses, etc., when voluntarily submitted by a visitor. For example, personally identifiable information may be collected through the “ask a question” mechanism in order to respond to a request for information or to assist in troubleshooting a housing problem. This information will only be viewed by New Destiny staff in order to provide you with the further assistance you requested. Therefore, this information is used solely by New Destiny Housing Corporation or other entities who are involved in the operation of this site for internal purposes.

 

HIDING YOUR INTERNET TRACKS FROM YOUR ABUSER

If you are in an abusive relationship and your abuser has access to your computer, it is important that you take precautionary steps to hide your internet activities. Many browser types have features that display recently visited sites. If you know that your abuser has access to the computer that you use, the best safety measure to take is to use another computer. Access a computer at a friend’s house or at the library. Use any computer that your abuser will not have access to.

Click here to learn more about steps you can take to erase your tracks from your computer so your abuser will not be able to trace your internet search. However, the best protection is to not use your home computer but to access this site through a public facility, local library, computer center, or another location unknown to your abuser.