Women’s Aid South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire is a charity supporting women, children and young people who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse, operating throughout South Lanarkshire & East Renfrewshire.
We provide confidential support, information and access to temporary accommodation. Support is provided in a non-judgemental way whether you are still in the relationship or experiencing difficulties now the relationship has ended.
Support is provided either face to face at our premises, over the phone, or by arranging a confidential visit at a place of your choice. You can get support by contacting us yourself or via referral from an agency, which means we will contact you.
We understand that seeking help can be a daunting first step to take, but we are here to support you in whatever way we can.
We offer specialist knowledge and understanding of the issues that surround domestic abuse and strive to ensure that our services are easy to access for anyone who identifies as a woman.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse please remember that you are not responsible for the abuse and you are not alone.
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If you’d like to work or volunteer for us, you can see our current vacancies here.
- Stable LA funding is possible then 👍🏽#16DaysofActivism #WhatAreYouDoing? ‘In Conversation: Collaborative and Stable Commissioning for Domestic Abuse Services’ – Scottish Women’s Aid and East Ayrshire Council womensaid.scot/in-conver… 11 hours ago9 hours ago by hrussell__
- The family are now listed as homeless and await a permanent offer of accommodation. Staff begin twice weekly support sessions to aid their recovery from domestic abuse. 9 hours ago in reply to womensaidSL
- The family were given an address to met our our staff at refuge with their belongings. Staff helped with familiarisation of the space, surroundings and completed paperwork needed. 9 hours ago in reply to womensaidSL