Professional Referrals

We understand that healthcare professionals like you trust us with your referrals. That’s why we always put the individual at the heart of everything we do. We provide personalized support that aims to create positive changes in their lives.

You can trust us to work with you to achieve life-changing outcomes for the people you refer to us.

We are a team of support professionals who help adults with diverse and complex needs to live independently in the community. We value our relationship with healthcare professionals and work closely with them to provide tailored support that meets the unique needs of each individual. From the initial contact to the final move-in, we are committed to making the process as smooth as possible. If you’re interested in making a referral, please call us on 07984 826043 or make an online enquiry.

Referral Process

At Partnership Care and Support, we believe in a straightforward and transparent referral process that’s focused on mutual understanding. Our team is dedicated to making a difference at every step of the way. 

PCS welcomes referrals from commissioners and care professionals, and we aim to provide a high-quality service that you can trust. We take a collaborative approach to ensure that we create positive outcomes for the individuals we support. Our assessments are comprehensive and personalised to ensure that we meet the unique needs of every person we support.

How to Make a Referral

Making a referral to Partnership Care & Support is simple and quick. Follow these easy steps to get started:

  1. Access Our Online Referral Form: Access our secure and easy-to-use online referral form.
  2. Provide Necessary Information: Fill in the required details about the individual you are referring. This includes their contact information and the type of support they need.
  3. Submit the Form: Once you have completed the form, submit it online. Our team will review the information and get in touch with you promptly.

Referral Form

Select the service and placement that is required
Is the individual detained under The Mental Health Act?
Is the individual subject to DOLS?