Get help/Resources Make a referral Making or getting a referral Make a referral to access our programs or services via referral form, in person, over telephone or from your health or community service provider. Who can make a referralFinding the best program or serviceHow to make a referral Who can make a referral The majority of our programs accept referrals from organisations, such as health providers and community services. Individuals can also self-refer or be referred by someone else but only with the person's consent is obtained. In some instances, referrals to our Psychology Practice or Occupational Therapy may require Mental Health Care Plan or Enhanced Primary Care Plan from a General Practitioner. All referrals are confidential and reviewed by an experienced clinical team who will find the best service for you. Finding the best program or service Sometimes the person may benefit from one or more of our programs. In this instance, we will contact the person and discuss with them what they believe is the most pressing issue or concern and allocate them to the most suitable service and staff member. Bridges staff work collaboratively across programs to ensure an integrated, culturally appropriate response to individual needs. Our 'no wrong door policy' ensures that we offer a service regardless of whether it is a drug and alcohol or mental health issue. How to make a referral To make a referral please download, complete and submit one of our referral forms below. Bridges Client Referral Form Bridges NDIS Client Referral Form Alternatively, you may wish to speak to one of our clinicians to determine the most appropriate program or to take a referral over the telephone on Bridges general enquiries number on telephone 1300 707 655 or Bridges Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Treatment Service on 1800 263 274. For a referral to our Offender Services Team please contact Bridges general enquiries number on telephone 1300 707 655, option 4 in the first instance.