Goldbridge Rehabilitation Services February NewsletterWritten on 26th February 2021
The February edition of the Goldbridge Rehabilitation Services is now available.
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I am an alcoholic and an addict. I started drinking at a very early age – before my teens. My overriding emotions when I came to Goldbridge were that I was useless, worthless and gutless. Goldbridge trusted me and that was the first big step. Goldbridge gave me the support when I needed it and everybody else had given up. I learnt that I have a future – and that future is now and that I am really enjoying it- Christo
By the age of 13 I had my first drink. The ones I loved around me seemed insignificant anymore, I needed to get alcohol and that was all that mattered. Without Goldbridge and without the support staff that helped me out and after the program as well – through the half way systems well – now I have the opportunity to do what I really want to do with my life. Goldbridge has definitely saved my life. It’s been the only place that I have come through recovery that has really given me the skills I need to cope with life. My family is very supportive, I’ve great friends and great support from Goldbridge – it is all such a positive experience.- Jarrod
I was 12 years old when I first started drinking. I just wasn’t coping in general with what was going on around me. I have so much gratitude towards the staff at Goldbridge. They have given me unconditional ongoing support. My life has changed completely; I know that if I hadn’t of gone through the program at Goldbridge that I would have been a suicide statistic. I am extremely grateful.- Tess
I am a 38 years old recovering Alcoholic. I had a really bad home life, actually it was very violent. When I came to Goldbridge I had nothing, and I mean nothing. Now I have everything back. Without Goldbridge giving me the tools to survive in day-to-day life, I wouldn’t have anything new; in fact I would probably be dead. Goldbridge saved my life and my family is also very grateful to Goldbridge. Life just gets better and better.- Narelle
The idea of rehabilitation was completely daunting and confronting and something I had been avoiding for a long time. If I hadn’t made the choice to go to Goldbridge, the result would have been fatal. Today I live a normal and healthy life and continue to receive ongoing support from Goldbridge to maintain my commitment to abstinence.- Ralf, aged 54