“I can talk about my anxiety now. I know that I am not alone and that anxiety is a bully – if I stand up to it then it will go away”

Merton Uplift Professional Referral Form

As a service user, you can refer yourself to Merton Uplift via on-line self referral form, telephone or dropping in to a location in Merton. Your GP, health professional or community organisation can also refer you.

Please note that the service will not be able to accept a referral if the patient is already open to another service, with the exception of the perinatal team.

What Happens to my referral?

Referrals are reviewed daily and allocated to either Wellbeing, IAPT or the Primary Care Recovery Service. Within two days of making your referral a Merton Uplift administrator will contact you to book a convenient time for an assessment, usually within 15 days.

If your referral indicates significant risk you will receive a call straight away from a lead clinician to discuss your situation, ensure you are safe, and give you crisis support information. The Merton Uplift team may also contact your GP.

Professional Referral Form

Referrals from GP or any Health Care Professional who work in a GP practice and can refer via Electronic Referrals Service (e-RS) Please note:  *From May 2022 the e-RS route will be the only way for GP Practices to send in referrals. This means that all first outpatient referrals must come into our Trust via the Electronic Referral Service (e-RS).  

All other Professional referrals: 

You can  Download a copy of our professional referral form here

Email the referral form or queries to:

Self-refer by calling Merton Uplift:

020 3513 5888

Main service contact details:

Merton Uplift

Generator Business Centre,
Miles Road


  • Recovery College
  • Imagine Independence
  • Sutton Age UK
  • Off the Record
  • Off the Record