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Meta requires advertisers who wish to run addiction treatment ads targeting people in the United States to be certified with LegitScript and apply to Meta for permission to advertise.
Advertisers can apply for certification with LegitScript here.
Advertisers can run ads for drug and alcohol addiction treatment in the United States as long as they’re certified with LegitScript and have written permission from Meta. To reduce risks to consumers, we require eligible advertisers seeking to promote drug and alcohol addiction treatment ads to provide evidence that their activities are appropriately licensed.
Advertisers can apply for certification with LegitScript here and request permission from Meta using this form.
Drug and alcohol addiction treatments services include but are not limited to:
With certification from LegitScript and permission from Meta, advertisers can run ads that promote:
Advertisers can run the following types of ads without permission from Meta:
For tips on how to comply with this policy, visit the Business Help Center.
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