Where can I get help in South Lanarkshire?
The Autism Resources Co-ordination Hub (ARCH) offers a range of services and can signpost you to other autism-related support both locally and nationally.
Operated by the South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership, this service has been set up to support people of all ages affected by autism, as well as their parents/carers.
The ethos of ARCH is based on the 'Asset Based Community Development' (ABCD) model which promotes greater community involvement in the provision of services.
Our intention is to work with all our autism partners in the community to help them design, deliver and promote autism-friendly services which will support the needs of those affected by autism within their own communities.
If you would like to contact ARCH South Lanarkshire, please email ARCH@southlanarkshire.gov.uk or phone 0344 225 1111.
Or why not call in for an informal chat between 9am and 3pm - we are based at:Reid Street Burnbank Hamilton, ML3 0RQ (directly behind Hamilton School for the Deaf)
We are currently seeking views on how organisations can work together to set and achieve the outcomes of our Local Autism Action Plan. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey and share your views.
You can also use the Locator tool an online resource designed and introduced by Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire for searching for third sector activities.
- Where can I get help in South Lanarkshire?