After-Care Program

A flexible, effective Outpatient Aftercare Program that provides long-term support for people who have completed intensive treatment in the Bridge Residential or Day Programs.
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Stay Connected – After-Care
Majella Eales
             Majella

We have a message from the Aftercare Team.

 

We’re still here for you! The Aftercare Program has undergone many changes over the past year and a half but nothing compares to the changes over the past two weeks.

This a time of anxiety and upheaval for many people, even more so for our clients who already experience disadvantage in many ways.

The good news is The Aftercare Program is still here to support you in these challenging times.

Although we are unable to provide our usual weekly groups at this present time, we continue to provide 1:1 support over the phone and through text messaging.

We are in daily contact with our clients as we understand that the current situation requires an increased level of support and engagement.

We have established “virtual groups” in which our clients can participate through logging on via computer
or mobile phone.

Wenyi Wang
             Freya


Introducing our new team members:

Wenyi Wang

" Hi, I am Wenyi Wang, or call me Freya. I came from China three years ago. And I almost immediately fell in love with the beautiful environment, the nice people and the great culture here the second I landed.

I studied Master of Social Work, which equipped me the essential skills to support people in needs; however, long time before that, I have already possessed a heart with love. 

It is a great honour to become a part of the Bridge program and I appreciate the opportunity to learn from colleagues and clients as well as supporting each other. Looking forward to meeting you!"


Ashley

Ashley is an AOD Specialist at the Bridge Treatment and Recovery Services working in the Aftercare/Family Engagement program.

Ashley
             Ashley

Ashley holds a Bachelor of Behavioural Science and a Master of Social Work, both which have equipped her with the necessary knowledge and skills to work in this sector. 

Ashley was first introduced to working in the AOD field whilst undertaking her social work placement last year.

Ashley then developed a keen interest in the field and was intrigued by the many learning opportunities, challenges and rewards of working in AOD.

Ashley shows compassion and dedication in her role and strives to achieve the best outcomes with the people she works with.

Ashley also has a strong interest in Animal-assisted therapy and hopes to one day work towards implementing this into her work.

 

For any enquiries or to seek support please contact:

Majella Eales on 0428 724 352
or email at majella.eales@salvationarmy.org.au

 

Please also access our Facebook Channel:
www.facebook.com/TASbridgeprogram

 

 

 

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