What happens when you contact LRCC?

We will listen, believe, and support you and try to answer any questions you have. You can access immediate support, or if you would like ongoing support, we can arrange an initial appointment.

After the initial appointment, if you choose to have support at LRCC, your name will be placed on our waiting list and a support worker will contact you when a space becomes available. We offer a block of 10 support sessions over a period of 4-6 months and a follow up block of sessions if required.

You can contact us by:

Telephone:  You can self-refer to our services by calling our Contact Line on 01698 527 003 (open from 9am – 4pm Monday to Thursday, 9am-3pm Fridays).

Email: You can email us at [email protected] to refer yourself to our services

How can the Contact Line help?

This is a free and confidential service for all survivors of rape and sexual abuse, their family, and friends.

We aim to provide you with the information and support you need, to allow you to make informed decisions and help you on your recovery journey.

We support people in the Lanarkshire area, and we can signpost people to local services depending on your individual needs.

Worried about confidentiality?

If we are worried about your immediate safety or the safety of someone else, then we may have to break confidentiality so we can get emergency help. We take confidentiality seriously and will only do this in exceptional circumstances. We will always try and get your consent before we pass information on. If we do not have your consent but have a duty to pass on information, we will always tell you what, and who, we are telling, and why. We will only disclose the minimum amount of information necessary to keep you safe. Parties to whom we may disclose information include the emergency and social services.

What can I expect from LRCC?

If you call us, you will:

  • be supported
  • be believed
  • be listened to
  • not be judged
  • be given helpful information
  • feel able to understand what is happening to you
  • be given the opportunity to recover

You can also expect to:

  • be in control of your decisions, you can stop support at any time
  • become empowered
  • see your progress   
  • know that you are valued and respected
  • identify positive coping strategies of your choice

You are not alone | You are not to blame |  You have rights | You can get help

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