Children and young people
Is your home a scary place to be? is there lots of shouting and crying, is your mum really upset a lot of the time, or do you see scary and bad things happening, and people you love getting hurt. Does this make you feel scared and upset or worried about your mum, your brothers and sisters, and yourself? If it does it’s important to know that what’s happening isn’t your fault, and that there is help available, Women’s Aid South Lanarkshire have workers who are able to help you and help your mum.
Our workers can also help if you are worried about what is happening in your own relationship. If you get in touch with us we will give you a worker you can talk to about what is happening and what is worrying you.
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If you’d like to work or volunteer for us, you can see our current vacancies here.
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