Persevere Project provides this website (persevereproject.org) as a free information source for site visitors (users). It does not constitute medical advice and should not be construed as such. Use of this site indicates understanding and acceptance of the following:
Information on this site and provided through web communication is not meant to replace consultation with a qualified health care provider. Users are encouraged to discuss information found on this site with their health care provider(s). Persevere Project, its founders and employees do not endorse or recommend the use of any health care provider, institution, treatment or medication. For advice about specific treatments or medications individuals should consult with their health care provider(s).
This site does not provide counseling or crisis intervention services. Individuals in need of these services may contact their health care provider or community mental health center or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). If you or someone you know is having immediate thoughts of self-harm, suicide or harm to others, immediately call 911.
Visitors and site users agree to hold harmless Persevere Project, its founders, employees and volunteers from all claims arising out of or related to the use of, or inability to use, this website, any function on this website, any information contained in this website or other sites to which it is linked, and any response given to a “Contact Us” inquiry. This includes but is not limited to, information provided in “Healthy Living”, “Coping Strategies”, “Inspirational Quotes”, as well as content found in any video posted to the site or other social media site and content found in discussion boards.
Persevere Project does not obtain information that will personally identify website visitors, unless visitors choose to provide such information by using the site’s “Contact Us” form. Some information about visitors’ use of this website is collected automatically without any personal or identifying information. This information is collected in aggregate to measure website performance.
Persevere Project does not give, rent, share, sell or transfer any personal information collected on this site or through any contact to Persevere Project to any third party. When inquiries are e-mailed to Persevere Project staff; the message and email address may be stored in order to allow staff to respond electronically. Unless otherwise required by statute or law, Persevere Project does not identify publicly who sends questions or comments through this website.
When deemed appropriate at its sole discretion, Persevere Project may provide user information, including identifying information that may have been entered into the site by the user, to authorized law enforcement agencies when the site has been used in connection with illegal practices.
If you or someone you know has thoughts of death or suicide, call (800) 273-TALK (800-273-8255) or 9-1-1 immediately.