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John Wilson (Scottish National Party) | Question S3W-40561
Nicola Sturgeon (Scottish National Party)
NHS Lanarkshire does not provide gender-specific medical or physiological services for victims of domestic abuse. All patients presenting at accident and emergency and GP services receive appropriate medical attention. NHS Lanarkshire’s Ending Violence and Abuse (EVA) Services support NHS Lanarkshire departments and medical staff to respond appropriately to male and female victims of domestic abuse.
There are a number of national help lines which provide support to men across Scotland who experience domestic abuse, including the Men’s Advice Line funded by the Scottish Government.
The Scottish Government does not hold a comprehensive map of services provided by the non-statutory sector to men experiencing domestic abuse.