How to make a referral
We encourage survivors to self-refer to our service. We recognise that in some circumstances this is not possible or that some survivors may need support to do this. In this case, we ask that you have the consent of the survivor to make a referral on their behalf before you contact us.
How to Refer
Our referal process is very informal as we want to make it as easy as possible for you to contact us and we understand that filling in a form isn't always the easiest thing to do. All you need to worry about is getting in touch. From there we'll listen to what you want and need.
You can make a referral by calling our helpline on 0800 33 4 55 00 (please see opening times) or you can make an appointment by phoning us on 01522 716320. (This is our office number so we won't be able to offer you telephone support from this number. If you need to talk you should call the 0800 number).
You can contact us by email
We support anyone who lives or works in Lincolnshire, who are experiencing, have experienced or have been affected by any form of sexual violence at any point in their lives and are willing to engage in support/therapy relating to these experiences.
What Happens Next?
When we have received the referral we will arrange an assessment in order to determine the next stage of the process. LRC will not be able to disclose any further information to a third party without the consent of the service user once the referral has been made.