We provide a simplified central referral point for professionals who want to make a referral to one of our services. It is designed to be a continued resource to navigate options and support available throughout LLR. You can call our dedicated business line or email us, using the secure or non-secure email addresses, dependent on the nature of your enquiry.
UAVA Business Line: 0116 255 0004
This line is for business calls from professionals. Calls to this number are screened.
Secure email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our secure email provider is carrying out maintenance and upgrades to their systems over the next few weeks. If you do not receive an automated acknowledgement for the referral sent to email@example.com please contact the UAVA Business Line on 0116 255 0004
Non-secure email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How does the referral process work?
Any professional can make a referral for an individual or family using the above options. We will then assess the needs of the person or persons and any risks, in order to provide tailored support.
You can find the referral form and the DASH risk assessment form available to download below.
Focusing on improving safety, health and well-being and reducing risk, we will work closely with partner agencies to ensure a wider co-ordinated community response.
Services are available across LLR (Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland) with additional services available for Leicester City residents only.
We’re always keen to receive your feedback so we can improve our services. Please click on the link below to complete a questionnaire online:
Below you can download the MS Word or PDF versions of the Referral Forms and the DASH risk assessment checklist.
LLR Referral Form DASH Risk Assessment Checklist Form
CITY SERVICES ONLY Referral forms
Jenkins Centre Perpetrator Service
City Family Service
For more information, download the full leaflet here:
You can also download a poster outlining our services here:
All the documents that are in a PDF format will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them. If you don’t have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader on the computer you are using then you can download a copy by using the following link http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader or visiting www.adobe.com for more help and assistance.