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STAR is made up of a number of partners, offering a comprehensive offer through one single point of contact. The following services are part of the new STAR organisation:

  • Aquarius - Provide drug and alcohol training for client-facing workers and counselling for problem gamblers.
  • The Bridge – Peer support project for people who want support to control, reduce or cease their drug/alcohol use.
  • Family Support Link – Work to reduce the physical, psychological and emotional harm caused to families living with, or caring for someone who is addicted to drugs/alcohol.
  • Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Services –Are dedicated to supporting and helping the victims of domestic abuse.
  • NGAGE with Aquarius – An early intervention drug and alcohol service for young people aged 10-18.
  • Substance to Solution – Recovery focused support and treatment for drugs and alcohol.

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Bridge and Accommodation Concern work in partnership to help vulnerable members of the community.

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Accommodation Concern

CGL (S2S) Northamptonshire always aim to work as closely as possible with our colleagues at the Bridge to ensure the best possible outcomes for our service users. As the treatment and recovery service for the county S2S and Bridge work together to provide as much support for service users as we can to assist them in their recovery journey. By offering different elements to support recovery we believe we need to work side by side to allow service users to access what they need at any time in their journey.

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Northamptonshire Community Foundation have recently awarded Bridge the sum of £700 (in addition to the initial sum of £2520) to be used to buy external one year gym memberships for members across the county.

Bridge would like to express its gratitude to the Northamptonshire's High Sheriff Fund.

Northampton Town Community Trust have been working in partnership with The Bridge for several years, providing football opportunities in the playing and coaching roles. They also help to organise football festivals for the players at local venues and the annual "Heads Up Football Festival" which is now a regular event on the Sixfields Calendar with teams entering from all over the Country as well as local hospitals.

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Community Law and Bridge work together to help people who have complex social welfare issues.

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Community Law

NAASH are working in conjunction with Bridge to offer support to sex workers on Outreach and to encourage them to engage with Recovery Services.

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Family Support Link and Bridge work together to help those with a substance misuse problem and their families.

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Bridge and First for Wellbeing are partner organisations that work together in order to support our members/customers. First for Wellbeing operates a drop in service at Bridge on a two weekly basis.

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Bridge and Goodwill Solutions work together in getting people to gain the appropiate skills to become employed in the warehouse industry.

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Bridge's staff and volunteers are really valuable to our residents. They work in partnership with our Housing Officers in the community providing a practical support service for people who are recovering from substance misuse. Each time we refer a person for support to them we know that their staff and volunteers will take the time to really get to know the person, share their experiences with them and help them overcome their dependencies in a supportive environment.

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Northampton Domestic Abuse Service (NDAS) began under the name of Northampton Women's Aid in 1976. Originally staffed by volunteers the organisation has changed a lot since then but has always been dedicated to helping and supporting the victims of domestic abuse.
Bridge and Women's Aid have worked closely together for many years. Bridge now looks forward to continuing this partnership with NDAS.

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Bridge Substance Misuse Programme Ltd is a Social Enterprise, company registered number 06221493. Registered office 63c Gold Street, Northampton, NN1 1RA.