Crasac encourages survivors to self-refer to the service. We recognise that some people find this difficult, if they are not able to do this then professionals and supporters can make the referral if the client is not present. However, we would recommend that you:
- Have spoken to the person about CRASAC and who we are
- They are aware that you are making the referral and why
- You have their permission to contact CRASAC and for us to contact them directly
Access to CRASAC’s services is confidential.
- Adult Counselling: Any survivor or supporter (e.g. partner, friend), aged 18 or over of any gender
- Children and Young People’s Counselling: Any survivor aged between 5 and 18 of any gender. Children’s Safeguarding Procedures will be taken into account
- Crisis and Advocacy Support: Any survivor aged 11 and over of any gender or someone with parental responsibilities of a child survivor under the age of 11.
How to Refer:
- Call our helpline on 02476 277 777
- Email us on helpline firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online, Self-Referral – download and complete this form
- Professional Referral – download and complete this form
Please return all completed forms to email@example.com
What happens next?
When CRASAC has received the referral information, we will make contact with you to explain our services and to arrange an assessment. CRASAC will not disclose any information to a third party without your consent once the referral has been made.
If you have any queries at all regarding referrals please contact helpline on 02476 277 777