Finding information related to mental health and addiction is easy. It is available everywhere. But finding trustworthy, relevant, unbiased, and usable information can be challenging and even overwhelming. We are here to change all that.
At Rehabs.in, we are committed to bringing you the most objective, trustworthy, unbiased, and accurate information on topics related to drugs, addiction, treatment of addiction, recovery from addiction, and so on.
We aim to empower you with information that is understandable and accessible so you can make the best decisions for yourself and the people you love.
However, the information we provide is in no way a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment. We recommend that you should always seek the advice of your doctor regarding any questions you may have around matters of your health.
Never avoid or delay seeking professional medical advice because of something you read on Rehabs.in.
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We are concerned about our readers and so we respect their feelings. Rehabs.in in no way intends to disregard your sensitivity or opinions.
Editorial Selection of Content Created by Rehabs.in
We ensure that the content is relevant and accurate before it is published on our website.
We create content related to matters that can help or your family fight addiction. We regularly check the relevance of content on Rehabs.in and update it to ensure that it stays relevant and up to date.
To ensure the accuracy of medical content on our website, we only refer to the information published available on reputed sources like peer-reviewed medical journals, governmental websites, the World Health Organisation, and so on. We cite such sources wherever needed to establish facts. We are committed to being a reliable, credible, and authoritative source of addiction and mental health information.
How Is Our Content Different?
We create every piece of medical literature in a language that everyone can read and understand. We put the findings from academic journals into context to help out readers understand how it affects their lives.
As a part of our journalistic responsibility, we make clear distinctions between different types of content on our website. Blogs, webinars, recovery stories, opinion pieces, drug guides, etc. are clearly marked as such. We clearly marked advertised information on our website so that our readers can easily distinguish it from editorial information.
One of our core values as an organisation is that we provide independent resources with no ties or affiliations with treatment providers, pharmaceutical companies, or particular treatment approach.
Advertised content is not reviewed by our editorial staff and is not subject to our editorial policies.
Content Creation Process
Every piece of content we publish goes through the following process.
Step 1: Every piece of medical literature is created after thorough research by professional and experienced writers.
Step 2: The content created by writers is rigorously reviewed by our qualified medical reviewers/subject matter experts (psychologists and psychiatrists) for accuracy, correct interpretation, appropriateness of medical language, and proper characterisation of findings.
Step 3: The content is again reviewed by an editor for style, tone, flow, grammar, and readability in accordance with our in-house style guide.
Step 4: Finally, the content is published on the website.