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Supported by Primary Health Tasmania under the Australian Government's Primary Health Network Program

What is the Bridge Program?

The Salvation Army Bridge Program is a statewide rehabilitation service in Tasmania offering treatment and support for people and families affected by alcohol and other drugs.

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The program provides a range of effective, evidence-based assessment and treatment services for men and women experiencing substance use issues.

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Locations & Services

Our services include day programs, offered in our Hobart, Launceston and Ulverstone centres, and a residential program, based in our two residential facilities in Hobart.

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For Individuals

Through the Bridge Program, you can access a range of evidence-based, effective, day or residential treatment options to help you get on track with your recovery.

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For Health Professionals

As a health professional, or Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) worker, you will often be the crucial link between
a person who needs help for their substance use issues, and the services offered by The Bridge Program.

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Our Services

Our services include day programs, offered in our Hobart, Launceston and Ulverstone centres, and a residential program, based in our two residential facilities in Hobart.

Intake and Assessment Service

Making the decision to seek help takes courage, and is a big moment in your recovery.

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Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselling and Interventions

AOD counselling is one of the services we offer to people who need support with alcohol and other drug use issues.

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Care and Recovery Coordination (CRC)

If you’re experiencing significant and complex issues associated with substance use, or are already using services within the AOD treatment system, you and your family may benefit from our Care and Recovery Coordination (CRC) service.

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Non-Residential Withdrawal

For some people, supported withdrawal within the community can be an appropriate treatment option.

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Dual Diagnosis Service

The Bridge Program’s dual diagnosis service is available to people who are experiencing mental health issues in addition to substance use problems.

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Family Engagement Program

The bridge family engagement program aims to integrate family and community into the treatment program of current clients, and to work with family and community to provide education and support.

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Facilitated Group Work (Day and Residential Programs)

Group work is central to the treatment that you will be offered at the Bridge Program.

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The Bridge Residential Program

The Bridge Residential Program is a 10-week clinical and therapeutic drug and alcohol recovery program.

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Stay Connected – After-Care

Stay Connected is a flexible, effective, after-care program that provides long-term support for people who have completed intensive treatment in the Bridge Residential or Day Programs.

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