Day Program

The Goldbridge Day Program is a group learning program directed to adults struggling with dependence on alcohol and other drugs. This program aims to provide support for clients while waiting for admission to withdrawal/treatment facilities, while in the process of assessment, or while contemplating their need/readiness for treatment.

Goldbridge Mission Statement

Providing effective recovery services for people and families adversely affected by co-occurring alcohol, other drugs, and mental health concerns.

Day Program

The program is divided in group sessions, over a two-week period covering six modules with a one-to-one assessment as part of the first module. The assessment will be conducted by our Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) professionals.

  • When: 3 days per week – Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
  • Time: 9am to 11.30am
  • Where: Southport Community Centre, 6 Lawson St, Southport QLD 4215

Costs

There is no cost associated to the program. A morning tea will be provided.

Referral process

Please contact (07) 5503 1255 or info@goldbridge.com.au if you or someone you know is interested, and one of our workers will be in touch to undertake a confidential initial assessment.

Group sessions

The groups will focus on topics such as:

  • The effects of addiction on the body and mind.
  • Harm minimisation strategies.
  • Social and emotional wellbeing.
  • The stages of change.
  • What treatment looks like from various perspectives.
  • Social Connection and Recovery

Note: Although abstinence is not mandatory, a staff member will assess participant’s cognitive, behavioural and physical fitness to participate in the program. Clients may be invited to join the program at a later date.