One80 ~ Young Persons Drug and Alcohol Service

What is the One80 service?

One 80 is the Bridge Project’s drug and alcohol support service for young people living across the district of Bradford who are concerned about their substance misuse issues, including:

We also support family members, friends, schools, social workers, and other professionals who are concerned about a young person’s use of drugs and alcohol.

Our highly trained substance misuse support practitioners provide a confidential and personalised service for young people helping them to identify issues with drugs and alcohol and develop a tailored care plan focused on their strengths and needs, alongside clear risk and safety education around their use.

Our team works in close partnership with the young person, and anyone involved in their life. This may include; family members, children’s social care, schools, youth offending team, CAMHS and wider networks of support that are important to the young person.

We accept referrals from young people, family members, and a wide range of professionals. All referrals are responded to within 1 working day and the team provide regular updates and feedback where appropriate.

Following referral we will contact the young person and arrange to meet them at a time and place that suits their needs. Our team is based on an outreach model, taking the service to young people in the community, providing support at a range of appropriate venues including home visits, schools, PRUs, college settings, and community centres.

What we offer

  • Confidential support led by the young person.
  • Comprehensive assessment including personal strengths, substance misuse issues, mental and physical health, wellbeing, safeguarding, family, and social needs.
  • Access to wide range of online advice, information, and self-help resources.
  • Advice, prevention, and early intervention for lower risk misuse.
  • Structured treatment for complex needs and established patterns of use.
  • Consultation and support for family members, friends, schools, social workers, and other professionals where consent has been given.
  • Supported referrals to a wide range of community services for mental health, social isolation, education, peer mentoring, healthy activities, family, and relationship support.
  • Management of treatment transition pathways for young adults.

Please call 01274 723 863 or email info@thebridgeproject.org.uk to make contact and find out more.

Professionals and partners can make a direct referral using the Professionals Referral form.

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