World Federation of Therapeutic Communities (WFTC)
Fédération mondiale des communautés thérapeutiques
Federación Mundial de Communidades Terapéuticas
Federazione Mondiale delle Comunità Terapeutiche
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1979 New York NY USA
Founded from recommendations, 1975, Bangkok (Thailand), of a conference of B-XB1765 - International Council on Alcohol and Addictions (ICAA). Registered in the State of New York (USA). Statutes most recently revised: Sep 1990, Athens (Greece). By-Laws most recently revised: Feb 1998, Cartagena de Indias (Colombia); 2000, San Francisco CA (USA); 2002, Melbourne (Australia); 2004, Spain; 2006, New York NY (USA); 2009, Lima (Peru).
Join together in a worldwide association of sharing, understanding and cooperation within the global Therapeutic Community (TC) movement as well as widen recognition and acceptance of TC among health organizations and health delivery systems of international and national bodies; call for a holistic approach to healing.
Events2024-12-06 | Campinas, Brazil – World Conference of Therapeutic Communities
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