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Recovery Month Social Media Comment Policy

Review Recovery Month’s policies around comments posted to its social media platforms.

Recovery Month has a presence on a number of social media platforms. User-submitted comments may be available depending on the platform. For all platforms and options for comments, our comment policy remains the same.

User-submitted comments represent the thoughts and opinions of the individual publishing the comment and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of or endorsement by Recovery Month, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), or SAMHSA. However, if a comment does not adhere to this comment policy or to the below terms and conditions of the site, Recovery Month reserves the right to remove the comment without prior notice.

Where comments are welcomed, we encourage users to use the feature to share their thoughts, questions, and opinions. Please be sure your comment is relevant to the video, photo, or post to which you’re commenting. If you would like to communicate something to Recovery Month that does not pertain to the existing conversation or content, you can email us at

Comments should contribute to the dialogue and be respectful of SAMHSA, HHS, the Recovery Month Planning Partners, and other commenters. Personal attacks and foul language are not tolerated. However, constructively adding to the discussion is encouraged.

Note that Recovery Month is sponsored by SAMHSA within HHS. Recovery Month may edit, remove, or refuse to add any content on this site if it conflicts with or has the potential to be misconstrued as conflicting with HHS policies and principles.

Last Updated: 09/02/2015