Bridge has formed relationships with many other local projects and organisations that have similar interests and aims. It is difficult for any one organisation to meet the all the demands of the local client group. By working closely with other agencies it is hoped that service provision can be improved.
Referrals between partners can only serve to increase the facilities available and provide a more comprehensive service, that will meet the needs of the local community.
Our partners are listed below:
CGL (S2S) Northamptonshire always aim to work as closely as possible with our colleagues at the Bridge to ensure the best possible outcomes for our service users. As the treatment and recovery service for the county S2S and Bridge work together to provide as much support for service users as we can to assist them in their recovery journey. By offering different elements to support recovery we believe we need to work side by side to allow service users to access what they need at any time in their journey.
Northampton Town Community Trust have been working in partnership with The Bridge for several years, providing football opportunities in the playing and coaching roles. They also help to organise football festivals for the players at local venues and the annual “Heads Up Football Festival” which is now a regular event on the Sixfields Calendar with teams entering from all over the Country as well as local hospitals.
Northampton Partnership Homes is an arms-length management organisation (ALMO) that manages West Northamptonshire Council’s housing services.
Bridge’s staff and volunteers are really valuable to our residents. They work in partnership with our Housing Officers in the community providing a practical support service for people who are recovering from substance misuse. Each time we refer a person for support to them we know that their staff and volunteers will take the time to really get to know the person, share their experiences with them and help them overcome their dependencies in a supportive environment.
Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service (NDAS) have been supporting families affected by domestic abuse within Northants for over 40 years. NDAS provide refuge for men as well as women and specialist provisions for women from diverse backgrounds and women with drunk and/or alcohol addictions. They also provide outreach support, group work, children’s work, weekly one-off support sessions and resettlement programmes.