Bridge Residential Program

The Bridge Residential Program is a 4 - 10 week clinical and therapeutic drug and alcohol recovery program and offers clients a full suite of complementary, wrap-around services to support their ongoing rehabilitation.
The Bridge Residential Program

The program offers a family, gender, and culturally sensitive treatment approach for people with substance use issues, who are willing to undergo a stabilisation process.

Residential facilities

The Residential Program is available in two locations, Hobart and Ulverstone. We offer 12 beds at our Ulverstone facility and 27 beds at our Hobart facility.

During the 10 weeks of the program clients are supported by a team of AOD Specialists and health professionals who will provide case management, individual and group therapeutic interventions, clinical interventions, psycho-education, and relapse prevention.

The Residential Program is integrated into other non-residential components of the Bridge Program; offering clients a full suite of complementary, wrap-around services to support their ongoing rehabilitation.

The Residential Program facilitates a flexible approach to treatment to meet the needs of people who:

  • have children
  • require short-term, intensive treatment tailored to their individual circumstances
  • have recently completed treatment and require short-term support or respite

Clients will be eligible for shorter-term residential programs if they:

  • require more intensive support than is offered in the community
  • require a brief stay to prevent or manage a lapse/relapse
  • have less severe comorbidities / no significant cognitive impairment

Clients in our shorter stay residential program will work collaboratively with the treatment team to select interventions appropriate to the individual’s treatment goals and determine the length of stay required.

Within the stepped care model clients are able to commence the program at any stage and are able to “step up” into longer intensive treatment if required.

Contact us to find out more, or arrange a comprehensive assessment.