Portage Ontario, a non-profit organisation established in 1985, operates a residential drug addiction rehabilitation centre for youth in Elora, Ontario.
In the therapeutic community environment, residents work through the underlying issues that caused their substance abuse and develop a set of social competencies that will help them deal with the challenges of everyday life without resorting to drug abuse. They develop the self-esteem and confidence to go on to lead healthy, productive, drug-free lives.
The Portage Elora treatment centre serves Ontario youth referred by parents, schools, family physicians, hospitals, other addiction-treatment and youth-serving agencies, as well as Youth Justice and the Children's Aid Society.
Portage Ontario News
Portage Ontario is happy to announce a new partnership with ivari. One of Canada’s leading individual life insurance providers, the company made a generous donation of $20,000 in support of our Youth Treatment Program. Generous donations such as these make… Read more »
Portage Ontario hosted its third annual Pedal for Portage fundraiser this fall to raise funds for Portage’s residential drug addiction rehabilitation centre in Elora, Ontario. To date, the event has raised over $180,000, which helps teens between the ages of… Read more »
Portage Ontario Board
The Portage Ontario Board of Directors is chaired by Todd Nishimura. The Board is made up of dedicated volunteers who are involved in their local communities and who ensure the proper governance of Portage activities in Ontario.
- Todd Nishimura, Chair
- Peter Howlett, President of Portage
- Matthew Linton
- Adam Newman
- Lousanne Rodé
- Colin Stairs
- Danny Sgro
- Sara Erskine
- Perrin Valli