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The Bridge Project – One80 – Young Persons’ Drug And Alcohol Service - BD1 4QH

, BD1 4QH

Bradford Forster Square (0.12 mi)

Bradford Interchange (0.51 mi)

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The Bridge Project – One80 – Young Persons’ Drug And Alcohol Service - BD1 4QH

  • NHS/Other service


, BD1 4QH


Transport links

  • Bradford Forster Square (0.12 mi)

  • Bradford Interchange (0.51 mi)

Distances are calculated in a straight line. The actual distances may vary.


Alcohol addiction treatment
Counselling for alcohol addiction
Alcohol Addiction support
Alcohol addiction - support for family and friends
Alcohol services for young people

About the service

The Bridge Project is commissioned by Bradford Council to provide a comprehensive drug and alcohol service for young people up to age 21 living across the district of Bradford who are concerned about their substance misuse issues, including, but not limited to:
· Alcohol
· Cannabis
· Stimulants (Amphetamine/Cocaine)
· Club Drugs and Novel Psychoactive Substances (NSP)
· Opiates and Crack.
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. We support young people to identify issues with drugs and alcohol and develop a tailored care plan focused on their strengths and needs, alongside risks and provide safety education around their use. Our team will work 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.
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.

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  • Last updated: 01/04/2024
  • Next update on: 01/07/2024

Medical Advice

For medical advice in England or Wales, contact NHS 111 by dialling 111
For medical advice in Scotland, contact NHS 24 on 08454 242424
For sexual health advice, contact the National Sexual Health Helpline provided by The Department of Health and Social Care on 0300 123 7123

Emotional support and mental health

For help and emotional support if you’re 18 or under, contact Childline on 0800 1111
For help and emotional support (at any age), contact the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90
If you are experiencing a personal crisis, are unable to cope and need support, text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258

Domestic abuse and sexual violence

For help with domestic abuse or violence, contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247
For support after rape or sexual violence, contact Rape Crisis on 0808 802 9999 or The Survivors Trust on 08088 010 818
For specialist LGBT+ support with domestic abuse, rape or sexual violence, contact GALOP on 0800 999 5428

Brook believes that everyone should be able to care for their sexual health without barriers to accessing clinical services or fear of stigma. Our friendly staff are here to help you, whatever is going on. However embarrassed or worried you might feel, they have seen and heard it all and treat everyone with the same respect.

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All services are free

Brook services are completely free to use. This includes contraception, which is free from Brook and on the NHS for all ages.

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Accessing our services is confidential, regardless of your age, sexuality or gender. Read more about your rights when accessing sexual health services.

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We provide non-judgemental support

It doesn’t matter who you are, how old you are, who you love or who you’re having sex with, Brook’s doors are always open.

Frequently asked questions

Brook services provide a combination of the below. Please check the individual service pages to find out exactly what is available at your nearest service.

  • Contraception
  • Emergency contraception
  • Condoms
  • STI testing and treatment
  • Pregnancy testing and advice
  • Abortion referrals
  • HIV support and PEP
  • Sexual health advice and information
  • Sexual assault help and support
  • Counselling and mental health support
  • Substance use support

It’s okay if you don’t know what you need – the first step is to get in touch.

Our friendly teams are here to help. They will talk to you to find out more about your situation, and then will help you to access whatever treatment or support is best for you. This might mean visiting a Brook clinic, using an online service or accessing services from another provider.

When it comes to sexual health services, you have the same rights whether you are over 16 or under 16 and regardless of your sexuality or gender.

You are entitled to:

  • Confidentiality
  • A choice of doctor
  • Free contraception
  • Access to your medical records
  • Make a complaint about a service

Read more about your rights when accessing sexual health services.

You do not need a referral to access Brook services.

If you are a professional looking to refer a client to Brook, please contact your local service for information about how to make a referral.

You do not need to have registered with us before using our services.

If you are accessing a Brook service for the first time, our team will ask you for all the details we need to provide you with the best help and support.

Brook has been operating sexual health services for young people for over 50 years.
We launched our first all-age services in 2019, but many of our locations remain specifically dedicated to supporting people under 25.

If you are above the age limit for your nearest Brook service, you can still search for sexual health services from the NHS or other providers using our Find a Service tool. Alternatively, you can use the NHS service finder: nhs.uk/service-search/sexual-health.