Searching for information about drug rehabilitation therapy can be a difficult and emotional task. The new Portage.ca is designed to make this process easier.
Montréal, October 27, 2011– Portage, a Canadian non-profit organisation with drug rehabilitation centres in Québec, Ontario, New Brunswick, and British Columbia, is pleased to launch a brand new edition of its online presence, www.portage.ca.
Whether a visitor is seeking information about substance abuse rehabilitation for themselves or a loved one, or if they are interested in Portage’s work and would like to get involved, there is a section designed specifically for each type of visitor.
“Many people who find themselves on our website are going through a hard time in their lives,” says Peter A. Howlett, President of Portage. “If you’re contemplating drug rehabilitation treatment, there are many questions to ask yourself. We hope that the videos, FAQ pages, testimonials, and general information sections on the new Portage.ca website will make it easier for you to get the information you need and to feel better about your decision to seek rehabilitation therapy.”
The website revamp was done in conjunction with Portage’s rebranding of all communications materials. New brochures, posters, and videos are available in the Media Centre section of the new site.
Since its first centre was opened in 1973, Portage has helped tens of thousands of people overcome their substance abuse problems and lead positive, drug-free lives as contributing members of society. Please visit Portage’s new website at www.portage.ca.