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Code of Conduct

Inclusivity is one of the core values of the Food Addiction Institute, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt US non-profit organization. FAI promotes treatment of food addiction as a substance use disorder and wide-spread access to abstinence-based recovery from food addiction. We believe that every human being deserves to be treated with respect, dignity, recognition and compassion, regardless of their identity, background or circumstances (physical, social, psychological, geographic, origin, gender, size, or economic). 
We strive to create a safe and welcoming space for all our current and potential members, contributors, participants, staff, volunteers, partners, board of directors, and beneficiaries, where diversity is celebrated and differences are valued. 
We are committed to ensuring that our programs, services, initiatives, content and policies are inclusive and accessible to all people, especially those who face marginalization and discrimination in society, historically or currently. We recognize that inclusivity is not only a moral duty, but also a source of strength and innovation for our organization. 
By embracing inclusivity, we can better realize our mission, and foster a culture of collaboration and learning among our internal and extended team and membership, given that food addiction is a substance use disorder that affects individuals in all communities, regardless of how they identify, what their circumstances are, where they live, or how they are perceived. All individuals deserve access and treatment for recovery from food addiction as a substance use disorder.
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