Disclaimer

Disclaimer

The materials, links, advice, and resources (“Content”) provided by emoWellness, its contractors, agents, employees, and heirs, (“Company” and/or “Website”) is provided exclusively for informational and educational purposes and should not be used to replace the specialized training and professional judgment of a health care or mental health care professional. All Content provided by Company is meant to be informational and may or may not apply to a particular individual. USER USE OF THE CONTENT CONSTITUES AN AGREEMENT TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS DISCLAIMER.

Users of the Content agree to always consult a physician or a trained mental health professional before making any decision regarding the treatment of himself, herself, or others and prior to using this Content. The Content is not a substitute for professional advice and is not to be considered legal, medical, financial, or other advice by the user.

The Content is provided “as-is,” and Company makes no representations or warranties regarding the Content. Users of the Content agree that Company shall not be liable for user’s use of any Content provided by Company. Company expressly disclaims any and all liability concerning any use of the Content by any user. Users agree to hold Company harmless from and against any claim, demand, or cause of action, including any legal fees arising out of claims as a result of using the Content. This includes claims of defamation or other conduct arising out of the use of the Content provided, including intellectual property laws, copyrights, trademarks or other trade secrets.

IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE HELP, DO NOT ACCESS OR USE THE CONTENT. Instead, please contact a crisis hotline or seek help at a hospital, emergency room, treatment center, or with a physician, qualified mental health care provider, or through a law enforcement agency or social services.

PLEASE ALSO SEEK IMMEDIATE PROFESSIONAL HELP IF YOU ARE HAVING THE FOLLOWING THOUGHTS:
• You are having thoughts of harming yourself or others.
• You are unable to care for yourself or those who are dependent on you.
• You are abusing substances.
• You believe someone else is in danger of being harmed.
• You need an intervention.