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Addiction Center is Now HONcode Certified

by Jeffrey Juergens ❘  

Health on the Net Foundation (HON) Certification

Addiction Center is excited to announce that we’ve been certified through the Health on the Net Foundation! We’ve worked hard from day one to ensure the quality and accuracy of our content, and we’re honored to be recognized by HON as a source of authority in the addiction space.

The HONcode certification is an ethical standard aimed at offering quality health information.

- HON website

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HON is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to ensure the quality of medical information on the web. HON exists to help both patient and medical professional by using the internet to facilitate quick dissemination of important medical news, data and resources. They have a list of ethical principles that every site they certify is carefully reviewed for and must comply with.

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HONcode Principles

In order to be accepted for inclusion on the HON site, every organization they review must meet eight standards of quality and reputability. These include:

  • Authoritative
  • Complementarity
  • Privacy
  • Attribution
  • Justifiability
  • Transparency
  • Financial Disclosure
  • Advertising Policy

Addiction Center’s Promise to You

Our promise to you is that we will constantly be reviewing and improving our information and resources to give you the most accurate, up-to-date understanding of addiction and recovery available.

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