For the victims and families of those suffering from pornography addictions, S.A. Lifeline Foundation has launched a brand new website that offers assistance and hope for recovery.
Lehi, UT (Vocus) April 9, 2010 -- As pornography becomes increasingly accessible through the Internet, the epidemic of porn addiction is on a steady rise. Knowing this, Utah based S.A. Lifeline Foundation has just launched their redesigned website in an effort to provide a new and improved platform for delivering the message of hope that recovery from pornography addiction is possible.
"This new website is a dramatic step in the effort of S.A. Lifeline Foundation to provide education and information to those afflicted, associated, or addicted to pornography,” said Jason Blackburn of S.A. Lifeline Foundation.
Though the old website was a powerful vehicle for assisting victims and their families, this new website has widely expanded its content offering, improved its graphic interface, added additional support products and videos, expanded the shopping cart and boasts a number of other added features that elevate the already stellar services.
S.A. Lifeline was ultimately determined to improve the sites navigation and therefore segmented the site into targeted sections in order to guide visitors to the most helpful areas of the site for their specific needs. They have achieved the feat by proving three distinct sections:
S.A. Lifeline seeks to provide hope and encouragement to individuals and families who struggle with pornography addiction. They direct addicts and their family members to supply-laden lifelines of help, delivering a message of hope through Don Hiltons book He Restoreth My Soul that recovery from pornography addiction is possible.
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