On September 19, Portage and MIRE (Movement for Integration and Retention in Employment) joined other addiction rehabilitation organisations for Montréal’s first Recovery Day, celebrating all those who have overcome drug addiction and taken back control of their lives. Twenty-four Canadian cities participated in Recovery Day this year, three years after the movement began in Canada…. Read more »
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En partenariat avec Bridges of Canada et le Traitement des dépendances et Santé mentale du N.-B., Portage Atlantique a participé à la Journée du rétablissement le 17 septembre dernier. L’événement, tenu à l’hôtel de ville de Fredericton, rendait hommage à tous ceux qui ont vaincu la toxicomanie. Le maire, Brad Woodside, lui-même membre du conseil… Read more »
Portage Atlantic, in partnership with Bridges of Canada and Addiction and Mental Health NB, took part in Recovery Day festivities at Fredericton City Hall on September 17, celebrating all those who have overcome drug addiction and taken back control of their lives. Mayor Brad Woodside, who is also a Portage Atlantic board member, kicked off… Read more »
A graduate and staff members of Portage’s Program for Mentally Ill Chemical Abusers (MICA), along with a psychiatrist and the father of a graduate, explain how the drug addiction rehabilitation centre helps this clientele with these concurrent problems to seek freedom from addiction.
Elora, ON, September 28, 2015 – Thirty-seven teenagers from across the province assembled in Elora on Sunday to celebrate the healthy lifestyle they are now living after having completed a residential drug rehabilitation program at Portage. Surrounded by family, friends, and peers, the youth were recognised at Portage Ontario’s annual Recognition Day for having achieved… Read more »
On April 19, staff, youth and volunteers were all on-hand at the rehabilitation centre to highlight those who volunteer for the facility. Joelene Burgess, clinical casework at the centre, encouraged those in attendance to look around and take in all the help they’ve given to the facility. Read more