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The Guardian
Freedom from addiction

Mikella said she knew she needed help but had a hard time admitting it to herself.

“I think deep down I knew I wasn’t doing anything appropriate with my life but it was really the needles when I felt like I was out of control,” she said. “I know I was dabbling in dangerous stuff and I knew that I could potentially get sick.”

The residential treatment program offered by Portage introduced Mikella to a lifestyle she didn’t know.

“As addicts we live free, we do what we want and Portage is structured and they set the rules. It wasn’t really what I had expected but it was what I needed.”

Now 22 and sober for almost five months, Mikella is on a senior mentorship at Portage until November.

The mentorship allows her to help other addicts and to continue her own treatment.

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