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BRIDGE is an evening group developed primarily for individuals suffering from drug and alcohol use problems.

What can I expect from BRIDGE?

BRIDGE members share personal experiences and knowledge focused on recovery. In addition, topics relevant to addressing drug and alcohol use problems (e.g., dealing with boredom, anger, stress, interpersonal conflicts, etc.) are covered in sessions. Sessions are facilitated by counsellors at NAMS, and confidentiality is strictly maintained in order to provide a safe environment for everyone to share freely.

BRIDGE also encourages participants to share recovery resources and participate in recreational activities organised by the more senior members of the group. As a result, BRIDGE strives to help patients connect with one another and develop positive relationships with each other and with the community.

What are the benefits of attending BRIDGE?

Addiction isolates people. People with addiction often withdraw from family and friends. BRIDGE aims to:
  1. To CONNECT with peers with similar problems who are seeking recovery
  2. To LINK participants to recovery-centered resources and activities
Some of the comments from BRIDGE members include:

"A safe and comfortable place (BRIDGE Recovery Support Group) where I can learn from fellow recovering addicts. And I learn how to share my feelings." - Anonymous, NAMS Patient

"A place (BRIDGE Recovery Support Group) to understand and be understood." - Anonymous, NAMS Patient

For further enquiries, please call the All Addictions Helpline at 6-RECOVER (6-7326837).​​​​

For whom NAMS patients only.
When * Every Tuesday
Time 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Location NAMS Clinic (click here to see the location map)
Fee Free-of-charge

* Except Public Holidays

For information : 6389 2000
To make an appointment : 6389 2200
All Addictions Helpline : 6-RECOVER (6-7326837)
National Problem Gambling Helpline: 1800-6-668-668

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