Here at the Canadian Centre for Addictions, we are dedicated to providing information that is original,
objective, truthful, accurate, and up-to-date in terms of medicine. We strive to write information that is easy
to read and understand, and is clear in its message.
Our goal is to help those who are battling with drug and alcohol addictions with high-quality, compassionate,
and cutting-edge care. We instill hope that long-term healing is achievable through thorough and customized
treatment plans. Our goal is to support you, your family, and your community by assisting you in regaining your health and overall mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.
The articles we publish at Canadian Centre For Addictions typically steer clear of stigmatizing terminology and phrasing. The CCFA recognises evidence that stigmatizing language can promote the idea that addiction is a moral failing (and not a medical disease), cause others to feel sorrow, fear, anger, and a desire to avoid people with substance use disorders, and have a detrimental influence on treatment retention.
Here at CCFA, we understand that addiction affects all gender identities and sexual orientations. Therefore, our mission is to spread knowledge about addiction through inclusivity, respect, and awareness.
Our articles are current, contain pertinent details about substance abuse and addiction and their effects on families and communities, and provide unbiased information to help readers better understand the disease of addiction and make decisions that will improve their health or the health of a loved one.
Our goal at the Canadian Centre for Addictions is to establish ourselves as your go-to resource for information on addiction, addiction recovery, and ongoing assistance for both people who are battling and their loved ones.
We put a lot of effort into upholding the highest standards for content and continuously improving our editorial procedure.
Despite our best efforts to produce truthful, accurate content, it is never intended to be a replacement for expert counsel, diagnosis, or treatment.
The Canadian Centre For Addictions team puts out great effort to guarantee the integrity and truth of its content.
Our medical review team is made up of medical specialists in addictions from research institutions, professional associations, and private practices. To guarantee that our readers here at the Canadian Centre For Addictions receive the best possible health information, our team members provide knowledge from a variety of addiction treatment fields as well as their viewpoint from years of clinical practice, research, and patient advocacy.
Prior to publishing, our experts review the content to make sure it is accurate from a medical standpoint, current with regard to the accepted standards of care, and well-supported by recent research citations. Because of this, the clinical discussions that take place in addiction treatment are accurately reflected in our content.