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Bridge Family is a support group for caregivers. Addiction causes harm and suffering to addicts and those close to them, especially family members. Managing an addict is difficult, tiresome and emotionally draining. It can be detrimental to physical, mental, emotional, and financial health. Family members and loved ones often feel helpless, hopeless and frustrated; they want to help the addict, but can face burnout and feeling trapped by the demands of caregiving.

Bridge Family aims to support and empower family members to face life with confidence despite the challenges of your role as caregiver. It focuses on discussing how you can take care of your own needs, as well as providing informative topics on effective skills and strategies on managing the addicted family member.

BRIDGE Family 

Addictions may cause tears in your eyes, however,
recovery can help you discover the rainbows in your heart.

You are not alone.

Join us as we discover how we can empower you to make
healthy changes and to improve your lives.


Our Goals

  • To help you understand about addiction treatment and to develop coping skills to improve your well-being while supporting you on how to manage the addicted person
  • How to guide your loved one into treatment, to remain in treatment and continue treatment using effective communications and methods
​For whomNAMS clients and Public
When *​Every Tuesday
Time​7.00pm – 8.30pm
Location​NAMS Clinic (click here ​to see the location map)
* Except eve of public holidays and public holidays  

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