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


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

Referral process

Please contact (07) 5503 1255 or 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.