Our programs Child, youth and family services Services for child, youth and families For children, young people and their families, Bridges can provide mental health and social interventions. About Bridges approach: Our team will try to help you and your family build strong mental health and resilience. Bridges ‘No Wrong Door’ policy means we’ll help you find the right solution. Bridges is culturally sensitive and has Indigenous cultural support workers available. The Bridges services to support child, youth and family clients include: Family Mental Health Support Services - North and South Burnett. For children and young people aged between 0 to 18 showing early warning signs of mental health issues. Youth Support Services - North Burnett. For children and young people aged between 8 to 21. Bail Support Services – Bundaberg. For children and young people aged between 10 to 17 that are on bail. Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services - North Burnett, Wide Bay and Fraser Coast. For children and young people aged from 12 years old. Breakthrough for Families Queensland. Information services for families Information and support for family members impacted by someone’s problematic alcohol and drug issues. How to refer: We receive self-referrals, or referrals from other agencies where consent is granted. For children and young people aged 14 and under, we require parent or guardian consent. To start your journey, contact us about Bridges child, youth, and family services. Website: www.bridgeshcc.org.au Telephone: 1300 707 655 Facebook, LinkedIn How to pay for your services: Clients who receive these services from Bridges do not need to pay any fee. Funding acknowledgements: These Bridges services receive funding from: Department of Health, Department of Social Services; YSS; Queensland Government - Youth Justice Portfolio; Community Services Funding Branch and the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN.