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Bridges Reconnect

100 Railway Parade, Woodridge QLD, Australia

Welcome to Bridges Reconnect at Woodridge. We provide support to young people between the ages of 12 and 18 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We help you stabilise your living situation and give you the skills to build your own future through counselling, group work, mediation and practical support to the whole family. We are there for you.

Figure it out. Get it sorted. Build a future.

At Bridges Reconnect, we assist young people to:

  • stay at home until they have the necessary skills to become independent
  • connect with supports if they have become homeless
  • access counselling, mediation and general support to re-engage with their life, and
  • better deal with conflict within the family home
  • access programs that build self esteem, life skills and relationship skills

We also provide confidential advice and services to help you stay in school when things get tough or support you with alternative education. We can also link you up with employment or training options and help you apply for income support through Centrelink (if eligible).

Figure it out. Get it sorted. Build a future.

Our services

Counselling and case management

Family unit mediation

Emotional and social support

Group and one-on-one development programs

Parenting education and skills

Referrals to specialist supports

Help to develop everyday life skills

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We are available for young people and their families who reside in or attend school in the local areas of Annerley, Beenleigh, Boronia Heights, Browns Plains, Coorparoo, Dutton Park, Eagleby, East Brisbane, Heritage Park, Hillcrest, Fairfield, Greenbank Military Camp, Greenslopes, Highgate Hill, Kangaroo Point, Kingston, Logan Central, Loganholme, Loganlea, Marsden, Park Ridge, Regents Park, Slacks Creek, South Brisbane, Tanah Merah, West End, Woodridge, and Woolloongabba. Young people can call us themselves, or they may be referred by school, other youth agencies and government departments. Families may also contact us to seek information or assistance. Our team is flexible and able to meet with you at school, at an agreed local public place or within the family home where appropriate. These appointments can be outside of school and work hours if necessary.

Helpful downloads

Youth and Family Brochure pdf 1.64 MB
Bridges Reconnect Referral Form pdf 169.61 KB

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We’d love to hear from you and answer all your questions. Give us a call on 1800 960 433 or fill out the form and we’ll be in touch shortly. We look forward to speaking with you.

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