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Forterus Inc. Launches Updated, Improved Web Site

Thursday, September 17, 2009 General News J E 4
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MURRIETA, Calif., Sept. 16 Forterus Inc. (Pink Sheets: FTER), which, through its ABTTC Inc. division provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation and a variety of other behavioral healthcare services with the highest levels of accreditation, announced today that it has updated its web sites at www.forterushealthcare.com and www.abttc.com, its "A Better Tomorrow" facility.



"It is very important that visitors to our web sites understand our treatment philosophies, our successes and the resources we have available," said Paul Howarth, co-founder and CEO. "Our improved web site gives those seeking treatment, and shareholders and potential investors, a much clearer picture of Forterus Inc., our strengths and beliefs."



The new web site also includes testimonials, frequently asked questions, such as insurance issues, a virtual tour of the facilities, significant information about rehabilitation and the opportunity for live chat, background about the staff, a mission and vision statement, plus news about the Company.



"Movie stars are known to spend tens of thousands or more, but our goal at 'A Better Tomorrow' is to offer services which are fair and reasonable. In many ways, this can be the best decision of one's life, and we don't want to see anyone miss that opportunity because of finances," Mr. Howarth said.



CONTACT: Paul Howarth, CEO 888/257-8345 ir@forterushealthcare.com Paul Knopick E & E Communications 949/707-5365 pknopick@eandecommunications.com

SOURCE Forterus Inc.
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