Breakthrough for Families Queensland (BFFQ) helps families and significant others of individuals affected by alcohol and other drugs, including ice.

What does the Program involve? 

The BFFQ Program aims to provide facts, strategies and provide locally based information on where to access more help. This is achieved by:

  • Provision of free public alcohol and other drug information sessions
  • Connection to Family AOD Workers who can provide brief intensive support to family members
  • Referral to other assistance including peer support and social services
Where is it delivered? 

Bridges Health & Community Care exclusively delivers the BFFQ Program in the Wide Bay region, including:

  • Fraser Coast and surrounds (Maryborough, Hervey Bay, Granville and Tinana)
  • North Burnett and surrounds (Gayndah, Mundubbera, Monto, Eidsvold)
  • Bundaberg and surrounds (Bargara, Gin Gin, Burnett Heads)
  • Agnes Waters and surrounds (Miriam Vale, Rosedale, Miara)
What are the next steps? 

To access the Program, individuals can:

  • Contact the Breakthrough for Families Coordinator on telephone 1300 707 655 to discuss your circumstances,including the possibility of attending a free public alcohol and other drug information session
  • Contact the Bridges Health & Community Care Alcohol and Other Drug Intake and Advice Line to speak with a Family AOD Worker on telephone 1800 AODBridges (1800 263 274)
  • Complete a Bridges Health & Community Care Referral Form and email the completed form to referrals@bas.org.au or fax to 07 4152 2107
Scheduled Public Information Sessions

Bridges Health & Community Care have a number of free public alcohol and other drug information sessions scheduled for 2019

Please contact the Breakthrough for Families Coordinator on telephone 1300 707 655 to book.