The Salvation Army Bridge Centre (Alcohol and Drug Support) - Kaikohe
Mental Health & Addictions Service
The Salvation Army Bridge provides a safe, free, quality service to those affected by the harmful use of drugs and/or alcohol.
Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Support
- Programme Areas
Addictions - drug & alcohol, Smoking cessation
- Programme Type
Community / social support (AOD), Face to face smoking cessation
- Age Groups
- Referral Types
Self referral, GP
Referrals can come via self-referral, GP or agency referral.
This service is for individuals over 18 years of age based in the Mid-North area.
We begin with an Alcohol and/or Drug Assessment followed by working together to establish the best next step for your journey. You will be supported, challenged and encouraged to make positive changes in your life so that you can find hope, direction, peace and stability. The process will allow you to better understand your substance use, set goals for change, learn strategies to manage triggering situations or feelings, and understand your high risk situations. You will end up with a personal plan to reduce the harm you are experiencing.
The process starts with a Drug & Alcohol Assessment, followed by confirmation of a treatment pathway. Treatment options include:
- One-to-one individual sessions
- Referral to a Drive Soba programme, if you are facing 3 or more drink driving charges and this programme is appropriate
- Referral to a Choice one day workshop to address methamphetamine misuse, if appropriate
- Making Changes Group: 4 x two hour group sessions Fridays 10am - noon, over four consecutive weeks
|Fri||9:30 AM – 3:00 PM|
No fees apply.
Staff are registered health and allied health professionals experienced in addiction treatment.
(09) 401 2865
0800 53 00 00
2 Station Road
2 Station Road
PO Box 1746
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