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Forterus Inc. Treatment Centers Showing Consistent, Sustainable Growth; CEO Paul Howarth Interviewed
Date:9/2/2009

MURRIETA, Calif., Sept. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- 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 its co-founder and CEO, Paul Howarth, was interviewed by analyst Francis Gaskin on the Company's recent successes, management team and shareholder relations.

The complete interview is available at http://www.stoxrox.com/fter-9-1-09-voice.mp3.

"We are becoming one of the largest drug and alcohol rehabilitation and treatment centers in Southern California," Mr. Howarth said. "With capacity and near capacity at our centers, we are reaping the success of our recent marketing efforts. Also, in this economy, we are seeing a trend away from the centers for the rich and famous and toward our facilities that provide equally excellent services at a more affordable price."

"We have 30-40 success stories every month with our 28-90 day in-patient residential, community-based treatment centers. It's an exciting and very rewarding business to be in," Forterus' CEO said in the Gaskins interview.

Mr. Howarth also said that he and Jerrod Menz, Forterus Vice President and President of its "A Better Tomorrow" facility, have recently signed employment contracts for the next five years. "I believe it sends the right message to our shareholders that we are continuing with the Company." Mr. Howarth also said the Company is initiating a buyback plan to retire some of its outstanding common shares.

"We believe in consistent, sustainable growth. We are very pleased with our shareholders who have stayed with the Company and are now gaining significant rewards," Mr. Howarth said.

For more information about Forterus and the variety of services it provides, including behavioral, intervention services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, pain management and physical therapy, visit www.forterushealthcare.com and www.abttc.com for its "A Better Tomorrow" facility.

    CONTACT:

    Paul Howarth, CEO
    888/257-8345
    ir@forterushealthcare.com

    Paul Knopick
    E & E Communications
    949/707-5365
    pknopick@eandecommunications.com


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