The Bridge Program in Launceston is based in the Salvation Army Corps building in Elizabeth Street. The centre offers a range of services, including a day program, AOD counselling, a needle and syringe program and other Salvation Army initiatives, such as Doorways Emergency Relief and parenting programs.
Group work is central to the treatment that you will be offered at the Bridge Program.
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.
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.
The Bridge Centre in Launceston also offers a Needle and Syringe program.
In northern Tasmania, the Bridge Program also operates in Scottsdale, Campbell Town, Longford, George Town and Beaconsfield.
AA meetings are held at the Bridge Program centre in Launceston.
To find out more, contact us.