gatehouse.org

Welcome to the NEW The GateHouse website!

Today, we proudly announce our newly redesigned website, GateHouse.org, the online home of The GateHouse. The site’s new look is just one part of the overall shift toward providing more great content for the recovery community.

Check out these great new features:

  • More Intuitive Navigation
    This cleaner, more attractive design allows for easier navigation around the site, so you can get where you want to go faster—and with fewer clicks.
  • Faster and Mobile Friendly
    Speaking of faster—no more waiting for content to load and no more pinching and zooming or turning your mobile device to read content. The new website offers a much speedier response time when navigating to the pages you most want to see, and the interface works well on all devices and operating systems.
  • Enhanced Content
    Interested in learning more about The GateHouse? Check out Our History for a timeline of our key moments. Want to know more about client outcomes? Visit our “Why The GateHouse” page. Have questions? We’ve got answers under our FAQs

    These are just a few of the new pages you’ll find at GateHouse.org. Check out Our Services for information about the help we provide or visit the Our Facilities page to learn more about the approach we take to addressing each individual’s unique needs.

    We’ve also been building our blog with inspirational and insightful content. Here you’ll find stories of real people in Lancaster County who have experienced addiction themselves or are working to battle it on the front lines. We also offer tips, solutions, and encouragement to help you grow as a person and live your very best life in recovery.

“We take our mission of restoring the human spirit through recovery very seriously, and we see our website as an extension of that mission,” said Jodi Holland, executive director of The GateHouse.  “While our primary purpose is to walk beside people who are in the long-term recovery process using our programs and residential facilities, we also recognize the need for a greater understanding of the disease of addiction. I believe the redesign of our website, and our commitment to providing useful, actionable content on its pages, will help people find the answers they’re looking for.”

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