Lanarkshire Domestic Abuse Response

Supporting Victims of Violence

The Lanarkshire Domestic Abuse Response project (LDAR) is a multi-agency project funded for 3 years by the Big Lottery Fund to benefit women across Lanarkshire who have experienced domestic abuse. The project is led by NHS Lanarkshire’s Ending Violence & Abuse service (EVA) and partners include various Citizen Advice Bureaus, Police Scotland, North and South Lanarkshire’s Women’s Aid, Lanarkshire Rape Crisis, North Lanarkshire Violence against Women Group, Door Way Partnership South Lanarkshire, NLC Housing and Social Work Services, SL Housing and Technical Services and of course Healthy Valleys . All of these agencies are committed to working together to improve access to specialist practical & emotional support to women who have experienced domestic abuse.

What’s On Offer?

As part of the LDAR project Healthy Valleys will provide free complementary therapies across Lanarkshire to women who have experienced domestic abuse as it is recognised that this type of intervention can help support recovery helping women to move on with their lives.

For more information contact Carol Hamilton, Valley Therapies Co-ordinator on 07702336327 or at