Telegraph Journal – 2019-11-29 Read more
Friday, November 29, 2019 The Wellington Advertiser ELORA – Substance abuse treatment centre Portage is reminding the community the legalization of a substance doesn’t decrease its risk of addiction. Read more
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September 26, 2019 – The Wllington Advertiser ELORA – The second annual Pedal for Portage raised $66,780 in support of Portage Residential Treatment Centre. Read more.
Carol Tracey became involved with the Portage Atlantic residential rehabilitation treatment centre by pure coincidence. But it’s no coincidence that she’s chosen to stay as she says that the organization has changed her forever. Read more
May 08, 2019 Tatyannah Côté was high on crystal meth when she stole her mother’s 2011 Ford Fusion to visit her friend at the Pizza Delight in Oromocto, although he’d died two days earlier… Read more
Tonight at the Kingswood Turnaround Achievement Awards, Tatyannah Coté will be recognized for her commitment to changing her life around. Tatyannah was a resident at the Portage Atlantic rehabilitation treatment centre where she learned to work with the phases of the program and gained interest in continuing her education. She is a student at the… Read more »
Feb 12, 2019 CBC News/Prince Edward Island ‘Just for today I’m not going to use, and I live it that way’ Kyle Buote, now 27, remembers sitting in the auditorium at his high school, listening to recovering addicts share their experiences. “I remember … sitting there and truly knowing that would never be me. And… Read more »
Telegraph-Journal January 11, 2019 Jared Longphee says he wasn’t in high school for long when he realized he had a problem with drugs. Longphee graduated from Harrison Trimble High School in Moncton in 2017. He was supposed to graduate a year earlier, but says his drug addiction and a stint in a recovery program slowed… Read more »
Hind lives in Portage’s new transitional housing facility in Montreal, Habitations Communautaires Portage II. It’s a place where she feels safe and supported… Read the article.