Put Your Services In Front Of Frontline Workers

Raise your profile, and generate more referrals and service users

Join us at our next info session to find out more about this excellent opportunity that is too good to miss out on!

This is an excellent opportunity to promote your services to the widest set of frontline workers, and generate more referrals and users of your services.

BPRCVS is working closely with the Health and Council organisations on bringing together a new directory of services in Lancashire and South Cumbria. This directory focuses purely on the services you provide and puts the information in front of professionals dealing with clients who may be interested in the services you offer. BPRCVS will be taking on an assurance role to ensure that all data entered is accurate and up-to-date meaning the professionals using the information from the directory are confident the data is correct and will be more likely to refer or signpost.

The UK has recently adopted a data standard which ensures service data adopts the same data structures and this directory works to that standard. The benefit of this data standard is that we can bring together the information because we know it is structured in the same way and importantly this means that you can update the information once and it can be automatically fed into the other existing directories.

Training will be provided in the coming months on how to enter your data into the directory. Small groups who may lack the time, technical expertise and resources can be supported by BPRCVS to enter your service data.

We are inviting you to attend an online information session to find out more:

Date: Wednesday 17th November

Time: 12:30 p.m. and will last approximately 45-60 minutes

Where: Online via Zoom/Teams

If you’re interested in attending the information session to find out more and discover the benefits to being involved please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and put 'Directory' in the subject header and a meeting link will be sent allowing you to join us. If you are interested, but can’t make this date, please email us stating your interest and we will add you to the list for future information sessions.

The project is led by the Integrated Care System which will become the new statutory partnership between the councils and the health system across Lancashire and South Cumbria from April 2022.

There will be further workshops and updates over the next 2-3 months, but this is an early opportunity for you to get involved and ensure that information about your services is visible to the widest set of frontline workers across the third sector, councils and the health system.