DrugRehab.com is committed to providing high-quality information, resources and tools that empower readers to overcome the disease of addiction. The DrugRehab.com editorial team produces original content that is accurate, evidence-based and up-to-date with the latest research and treatment developments in addiction medicine.
DrugRehab.com’s mission is to connect people and families affected by substance use disorders and related mental health issues with the knowledge and resources they need to take the first step toward a life of long-term sobriety and wellness.
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DrugRehab.com upholds the highest editorial and ethical standards for all content it produces, including news articles, in-depth guides, stories of recovery, long-form features and social media posts.
Members of the DrugRehab.com editorial team take seriously their responsibility to provide content that is balanced, accurate, thorough and supported by scientifically based facts. They conduct detailed research and provide appropriate context that allows readers to easily understand information on important health topics. Medical experts at Advanced Recovery Systems review and approve DrugRehab.com’s content to ensure accuracy and reliability.
DrugRehab.com does not intentionally mislead readers through written content or graphic elements. It does not fabricate quotes or sources and attempt to pass them off as factual.
The DrugRehab.com editorial team respects the privacy of people in recovery who share their experiences with them and with readers. Pseudonyms are sometimes used at their request to safely and discreetly tell their stories of success.
While DrugRehab.com is committed to keeping all content accurate and up-to-date, errors and omissions may occur. DrugRehab.com will openly acknowledge when factual or typographical mistakes are made and work promptly to make corrections. Readers are encouraged to report errors or concerns. This process is an important learning experience that builds trust and understanding between DrugRehab.com and its audience.
The stigma surrounding addiction and co-occurring disorders prevents people from seeking professional help. DrugRehab.com recognizes this problem and understands that the words people use to discuss addiction and recovery matter.
While misunderstandings from the past continue to have negative effects on people in recovery today, the stigma does not have to persist.
DrugRehab.com’s editorial team strives to avoid the derogatory terminology and stereotyping that foster isolation, shame and discouragement. The editorial team believes that conscious efforts to change negative attitudes toward addiction will lead to increased progress in prevention, treatment and recovery efforts.
DrugRehab.com also respects the rights of people in recovery to talk about their experiences using the language with which they are most comfortable. For example, some people featured on DrugRehab.com may self-identify with labels that others find negative or offensive. Although DrugRehab.com writers do not use stigmatizing terms, such language may appear in quotes from recovery stories and other content.
DrugRehab.com is committed to providing objective and authoritative content that is relevant to people facing the challenges of addiction. The editorial team produces timely stories on topics such as treatment advances, drug trends, law and policy changes, and initiatives focused on awareness and support.
In addition to news stories, DrugRehab.com content writers produce profiles, feature stories and informational articles on a wide range of topics related to addiction, treatment and the recovery process. The website also offers content tailored to people in specific locations across the country. These pages provide information on rehab and support group locations, nearby sober living facilities, college counseling services, vocational training and other helpful resources.
DrugRehab.com aims to provide content that addresses the unique needs and concerns of a diverse audience, including teens, senior citizens, veterans, LGBTQ+ people, students, working professionals and people from religious and secular backgrounds.
Members of the editorial team at DrugRehab.com develop content using information gathered from high-quality sources, including peer-reviewed medical journals, experts in addiction medicine and federal agencies focused on drug prevention and mental health research.
Writers regularly interview doctors, therapists and other leaders in addiction treatment and prevention to include a wide range of informed voices and viewpoints on DrugRehab.com. These experts, along with real people who have been affected by addiction, clarify facts, give context to statistics and share different perspectives.
News posts, features and informational articles include a source list at the bottom that links directly to online source material. Digital and print sources are cited in a style adapted from the American Psychological Association so readers can easily locate and retrieve them. DrugRehab.com writers make every effort to draw the most recent information and statistics available from trustworthy sources, and content is updated as new data become available.
It is important for readers to know the sources of information used in news stories, images and data tables. DrugRehab.com does not use written content, photos, video content or graphic elements from outside sources without proper attribution. All direct quotes from interviews and outside sources are properly attributed. DrugRehab.com does not attribute information that is considered common knowledge. It does not cite telephone, email or in-person interviews on source lists.
DrugRehab.com attributes all quotes with the first and last name of the speaker or the name of the organization being quoted.
Sufficient context is provided before or after quotes to ensure that the intended meaning of quoted material is not misrepresented. Members of the DrugRehab.com editorial team do not alter quotes unless it is necessary to correct grammatical errors, omit extraneous words or clarify meaning.
Words that have been inserted into direct quotations are surrounded by brackets, and words that have been removed are replaced with ellipses. DrugRehab.com maintains high standards of accuracy and ethics when making changes to quoted material.
The content writers produce original content for DrugRehab.com and reputable blogs that align with DrugRehab.com’s mission and editorial standards.
DrugRehab.com publishes news stories and educational webpages relevant to those affected by substance use and mental health disorders. The content writers regularly interview experts in the field of addiction and conduct thorough research using government and nonprofit websites, medical journals and other official sources. Editors and marketers with DrugRehab.com generate ideas based on current topics and trends that impact the health and recovery of those coping with substance use disorders.
The editor maintains high standards for the curation, creation and management of written and multimedia content produced for the website. All content published on DrugRehab.com is edited for accuracy, style, grammar and readability. Decisions to publish or not publish an article are at the discretion of the managing editor.
DrugRehab.com takes special care to ensure that headlines are descriptive and not misleading. Content adheres to the style rules outlined in the Associated Press Stylebook, except in specific cases as established by the managing editor.
The editorial team performs a final check of published content and makes corrections if needed. Updates to news posts are located at the top of the page. Other pages are updated periodically to include new information and improve the overall quality of content and visual design.
The editorial team at DrugRehab.com creates original work for our website and guest blogs. DrugRehab.com does not publish content written by outside contributors, but occasionally outside content is shared on social media.
The original content on DrugRehab.com is the property of the company and protected by copyright laws. During the editing process, content is passed through plagiarism-detection software. Any content duplicated from outside sources, with the exception of properly attributed quotes, is not published on our site.
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DrugRehab.com is independent from outside interests and does not participate in relationships or arrangements that jeopardize its editorial independence or integrity. DrugRehab.com and Advanced Recovery Systems do not necessarily endorse the products, services, personal views or opinions of individuals it features.
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