How to refer

To self-refer

If you would like to self-refer:

  • call us on 020 8458 2223 and press 1
  • email us using the self-referral form below

To refer someone else click here

When you first contact us by phone or use the referral form below we will need to take your contact details. Our duty worker should call you back within 2 working days and confirm your consent to use your contact details. If you are not available when we call, the duty worker will call again. We will not leave a message on a land line but may leave a message if you provide us with a mobile phone number.

Together you and the duty worker will discuss your current situation and any support needs you have. You may be asked about the background to your current circumstances and the impact your mental health is having on you and the people around you. If you are a carer the duty worker may discuss with you how the role of carer impacts on you daily life.

At the end of the conversation the duty worker will discuss with you any further action which might include:

  • Referral to one of Jami’s services
  • Sign posting to other services
  • Information and guidance

If you are referred to a Jami service someone should contact you within 5 working days to arrange to meet with you.

To refer someone else please click here

Refer yourself:

Your form will be sent to our duty worker who should respond within 2 working days.

We would love to stay in touch with you and let you know about our vital services, our education work, events and fundraising. Your privacy is important to us, and we need your consent in order to communicate with you.

By filling in this form I confirm that I am consenting to Jami holding and processing my personal data to keep me informed about Jami’s services, courses, events and fundraising.

Where you do not grant consent we will not be able to use your personal data; (so for example we may not be able to let you know about forthcoming services and events); except in certain limited situations, such as where required to do so by law or to protect members of the public from serious harm. You can find out more about how we use your data and how to withdraw your consent from our Privacy Notice which is available from our website