LRCC offers emotional and practical support to women, and girls over the age of 12 years old in relation to issues arising from all forms of sexual violence including rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse no matter when it happened.
We are Women working with Women to End Violence and Abuse.
It costs LRCC around £100,000 per year to deliver its core services, and it depends heavily on securing funds through trusts, foundations, fundraising and donations.
If you would like to help, you can do so by clicking on the localgiving button at the bottom of the page. Every single penny helps the centre to continue with its work.
The Help-line is available Mon & Wed 1pm-3.30pm, Tues & Thurs 6pm-8.30pm and Fri 10.30am-1pm
You can access support on (01698 527003),
The office number, for business only is: 01698 527006
Opening hours Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm and Fri 9am-2pm
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Medical examinations following rape/abuse
Archway is a specialist sexual assault referral centre based in the centre of Glasgow that provides forensic medical examinations, sexual health screening, emergency contraception, follow up support and counselling to people who have experienced recent rape or/and sexual assault.
Please note: Archway has experienced staff shortages over the last few months and is currently unable to operate on a 24/7 basis.
NHS Lanarkshire now has a service agreement with Archway and the following criteria applies to Lanarkshire residents:
You should call 0141 211 8175 if you want to make a referral.
The incident does not need to have been reported to the police, and Archway can store evidence for up to 12 weeks to let the person decide if they wish to proceed with a complaint.
If it is more than 7 days since the assault tool place, or you are under 16 years, you can access medical care through your local sexual health service or call 0845 618 7191
If you require clarity or further information, you can also call the LRCC help-line on 01698 527003 to discuss it with a support worker.
Click on the sexual health link for more information.
Sexual Health Screening - increase in syphilis cases
Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that affects both men and women. It is common to be infected with syphilis and have no symptoms at all.
NHS Lanarkshire quick check clinics have been launched to provide a fast and easy way to get tested for syphilis and other sexually transmitted infections. These clinics are for people without symptoms and no appointment is necessary.
Quick Check Clinics operate on:
Monday 4.00 p.m to 5.30 p.m
Coatbridge Health Centre, ML5 3AP
Wednesday 7.00 p.m to 8.30 p.m
Bellshill Community Clinic, Green Moss Place, ML4 1PS
Thursday 5.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
Airdrie Health Centre, 88 Graham Street, ML6 6DB
For more information and the latest clinic details call 0845 618 7191.
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