Site Rules

I AM Recovery is committed to creating a safe space for all members to interact. Please review our Site Rules to ensure a community of respect, safety and responsibility.

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No offensive content

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No Soliciting Substance Use

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No spreading of any copyrighted material

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No spamming 

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No trolling

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Please be kind

Abuse

 

You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone or encourage others to do so. We consider abusive behavior as an attempt to harass, intimidate, or silence someone else’s voice.

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Hateful conduct

 

You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease. We will not permit any account to abuse or threaten others through their profile information, including their username, display name, or profile bio. If an account’s profile information includes a violent threat or multiple slurs, epithets, racist or sexist tropes, incites fear, or reduces someone to less than human, it will be permanently suspended.

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Spam

 

You may not use I AM's services for the purpose of spamming anyone. Spam is generally defined as bulk or aggressive activity that attempts to manipulate or disrupt I AM or the experience of users on I AM to drive traffic or attention to unrelated accounts, products, services, or initiatives.

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Intimate media

 

You may not post or share intimate photos or videos of someone that were produced or distributed without their consent.

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Private information

 

We don’t allow posts that disclose private information such as financial account details, unlisted street addresses, or Social Security or other national identity numbers. If publicly available information is being shared to harass or incite harassment, then we will take enforcement action under our abusive behavior policy.

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Suicide

Self-harm or Substance Use

 

You may not promote or encourage suicide, self-harm or substance use. When we receive reports that a person is threatening suicide, self-harm or substance use, we may take a number of steps to assist them, such as reaching out to that person and providing resources such as contact information for our affiliated Treatment Centers. If you see comments indicating that someone might harm himself or herself, you can let us know by flagging for review.

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FAQ

If you have further questions please email us from the Contact page so we can add these to this page.