CCHR Victoria – Legal and Copyright Information


The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (In Australia Citizens Committee on Human Rights Inc) does not give medical or legal advice. However, medical studies show that underlying, undiagnosed physical problems can manifest as unwanted behaviour or so-called “psychiatric” or behavioural symptoms. Parents need to know the alternatives to mind-altering damaging drugs.

External Links

Links to external websites are provided for information only. We make no undertaking that the information on those sites is accurate or factual.

Any questions can be directed to the proprietors by contacting us as shown.

Copyright notice

All material, text and images used on this site are the exclusive property of CCHR Vic, CCHR Aus Inc or CCHR Inc unless otherwise indicated. Reproduction in part or whole is not permitted under any circumstance unless expressly permitted by the owner.


All materials ordered through this web site will be delivered as agreed with the client. Nothing in this web site should should be read to indicate otherwise.

From time to time services may not be available, or availability means that items can not be delivered within the normal time frame. If this occurs we will endeavour to contact you to arrange alternative arrangements, or if the materials are not available a credit or refund will be provided.


Any request for a refund should be made by either phoning CCHR Victoria directly, or emailing us. Your request should be made immediately. Unfortunately we can not refund the deposit if the delivery is to be carried out on the same day as the request to refund has been made.

In any case a small administrative fee may be deducted from your deposit if refunded.


The information contained in this website and its documents is not intended to supplement medical advice or be used to guide medical/therapeutic decisions. These Adverse Drug Reports are not medical histories.

No one should stop taking any psychiatric drug without the advice and assistance of a competent medical doctor due to withdrawal syndrome (worsening of symptoms ― new ―not before experienced symptoms).

The TGA has issued warnings concerning withdrawal syndrome.