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EDITORIAL INTEGRITY POLICY
Our goal is to ensure the MHC is a relevant, informational source for sound mental health in Canada.
We are committed to providing information on a wide variety of mental health topics. The information on the MHC website is not to be used as a substitute for medical treatment. You should always consult with your family doctor before acting on any information seen on MHC website or any other associated resources or links.
The MHC website is designed to provide educational material to consumers & mental health providers.
The MHC editorial staff selects articles from an array of sources: journals (psychiatric, psychological, psychotherapy, counseling , behavioral, etc) medical conferences, federal and provincial government agencies.
1. MHC has the sole discretion for determining the types of editorials that will be accepted and displayed on the site. MHC does not endorse nor represent any the expressed views and opinions of the author.
2. MHC reserves the right to reject, cancel, or remove at any time any editorials from the site for any reason and will provide notice to the author upon rejection, cancellation, or removal, together with an explanation.
3. MHC reserves the right to determine the appropriate placement of editorials on the MHC site.