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How to book an appointment

If you would like some support you can go to the 'How to refer' to refer yourself or someone else immediately. 

Once you have completed the referral form (don't worry it's pretty short) we will take a little bit of time to process your information and then one of our staff team will give you a call to arrange a telephone assessment. 

We work pretty quickly to make sure you receive the best possible service form us. You can expect a call from us in less than five working days (we aim to call you back as soon as we can) from submitting the referral form. If it is not convenient for you when we call, we will arrange a suitable time to call you back. 

When we call you, you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and we will ask you for some more information about why you need to access support with us.

What happens after the telephone assessment?

Once you’ve completed the initial telephone assessment we’ll book you in to see one of our support workers.

For women, we offer a women only space in Lincoln and alternative locations across the county.

For men, we offer a men's meeting space which is separate from our women's services in Lincoln and alternative locations across the county. 

Sometimes due to high demand for services there is a waiting list. We will give you more information about this if you are affected by it. 

Lincolnshire Rape Crisis is open Monday to Friday office hours and we can arrange appointments outside of these times.


We also have a support line that you can call us on: 0800 33 4 55 00 (the opening times are listed on this website)

If the telephone line is busy, you can leave a message and we will call you back as soon as possible.

When you ring for the first time if you haven't already completed it we will complete the online form with you.