National Support Line: 0808 500 2222
Office Telephone: 01522 716320

We’re the only trauma informed specialist organisation in Lincolnshire exclusively supporting survivors of sexual violence and those impacted by sexual violence.

we support. we empower. we believe.

Here is a little bit about us…

Administration and media enquiries:

We offer trauma informed therapeutic and advocacy support to anyone who has experienced any form of sexual violence at any point in their life. We work with adults and children.

We are trained specialists, we understand how sexual violence, abuse, and harassment work. We will listen to you and believe you. You will not upset or shock us; we are trained to manage your trauma and support you.

Your gender fluidity, your race, your sexuality, your disability or neurodiversity, your religion, your age, or your socio-economic status will not be a barrier when accessing our free services.

  • We celebrate difference.

  • We are an anti-racist intersectional feminist organisation.

  • We have a Women and Girls Only Centre and a Mr & Mx Centre. Our staff team is a diverse mix of women who are all trained as specialists.

  • We offer face to face trauma informed support services and counselling, ISVA services, and Young person & Childrens services.

Lincolnshire Rape Crisis is an anti-racist, intersectional feminist organisation.

We aim to provide a service which actively promotes equity, equality of opportunity, and freedom from direct and associative discrimination. We will treat all people respectfully and equitably.

We have a zero-tolerance approach to all forms of discrimination and prejudice. This includes:

  • Racism

  • Homophobia

  • Transphobia

  • Gender Identity Discrimination

  • Religious Discrimination

  • Linguistic Discrimination

  • Neurological Discrimination

  • Disability Discrimination

What does this mean?

This means that you will not be able to access any of our services if you demonstrate any of these behaviours and we won’t employ anyone that does not demonstrate a clear commitment to our service values and our approach to discrimination.

As a commitment to being a truly anti-racist organisation, Lincolnshire Rape Crisis has a separate anti-racism statement, you can read this full statement below.

How to Refer

Our referral process is easy. Just click on the button below to refer yourself or the button below to make a professional referral for someone you are working with.

If you are making a self-referral and have accessibility issues using the self-referral form you can give us a call and we will complete this with you over the telephone.

You can call 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 national support line on 0808 500 2222.

Referring a survivor? Professional Referral Refer Yourself

What happens next?

Once you have completed the referral process a trained professional will call you within 5 days to book in an assessment.

At your assessment, we will gather all the information that we need from you. You can ask any further questions and we will talk to you about all the services that we can offer.

Office Line:

01522 716320

Women & Girls Centre

First Floor Newland Health Centre, 34 Newland, Lincoln LN1 1XP

Mr & Mx Centre

Ground Floor Office, 37-39 Newland, Lincoln LN1 1XP

Our Values


We believe that sexual violence is both a cause and consequence of gender inequality. We are proud to be a feminist organisation and we will endeavour to fight for the rights of women and girls.


Is a fundamental human right. We recognise that our service users are discriminated against because of gender, ethnicity, religion, age, disability and sexual orientation. We are committed to fighting for equity and we will strive for inclusivity for all.


We are committed to empowering you to be able to claim your rights and make the decisions that affect your life. We support all service users using the empowerment model.


At Lincolnshire Rape Crisis everyone will be treated with dignity and respect. We will respect your individual life story and experiences. We will always believe you.


You can trust our services to be confidential and for us to provide appropriate and safe spaces. We work transparently and honestly. Our integrity and your trust in our services is a priority.


Offering you choice is paramount to our work at Lincolnshire Rape Crisis. We will be led by the choices that you make. We recognise and embrace you as the expert of you.

Lincolnshire Rape Crisis is an intersectional feminist organisation. We are committed to anti-racism and anti-oppression. These values will underpin all our work.

We are accredited and professionally approved by Rape Crisis England and Wales.

24/7 Telephone Support Line and Live Chat

You can contact the Rape Crisis England and Wales (RCEW) 24/7 Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Line and speak to a specialist or chat to a specialist online – at any time of the day or night any day of the year.

Call free on 0808 500 2222 or go to the website to start a free online chat.

The Live Chat Support Line operators are there to listen and offer you emotional support for up to 45 minutes. You can talk about what happened to you, how you feel, and any difficulties you are facing.

Our specialist operators are here to support you as much as they can. All our operators:

  • Understand how sexual violence, abuse, and harassment work.

  • Will listen to you and believe you.

  • Are human – you will never be talking to a chatbot or robot.

You can speak anonymously to our operators. They will not be able to tell who you are, and you do not have to give them your name or any other personal information. If you need to talk you should call the national support line on 0808 500 2222.

Please note: this is not an emergency service. If you are in danger or need urgent medical help, call 999.

Prefer not to call? Live Chat Support Line

Join us & work somewhere amazing…

Join a dynamic and forward-thinking team of women. We offer competitive salaries, great staff benefits, development opportunities, an empowering and fun workplace, and the space for you to flourish and be yourself.

No Vacancies

There are no vacancies available at the moment

Please note: All successful applicants will be contacted. If you have not heard from us by the specified date and time please assume that you have not been successful on this occasion. We read every application that we are sent and very much appreciate the time and effort that goes into completing an application. We do not have the capacity to offer feedback to unsuccessful applicants.


You can contact us in the following ways.

24/7 Support Line:

0808 500 2222

Office Line:

01522 716320

For referrals:

For information on ISVA/Counselling/Support:

Administration and media enquiries: