Compassionate Lanarkshire

Compassionate Lanarkshire (CLAN) is a partnership project
between St Andrew’s, Kilbryde and Strathcarron Hospices which aims to support vulnerable and isolated individuals and families in Lanarkshire affected by a life-limiting illness including; cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart disease and
progressive neurological conditions.

The project will offer emotional, therapeutic and practical support to help individuals and families identify, value and build on their strengths to achieve the best possible quality of life.

The CLAN team will work with service users – clients and carers in their own homes and communities to; identify and build on their strengths, increase knowledge and understanding, manage stress and anxiety, enhance resilience, improve emotional health and wellbeing, identify and access services, supports and
opportunities: all with the aim of reducing isolation, loneliness and anticipatory grief.

These can be downloaded here in full and from our leaflets page.

https://slcn.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/CLAN-Become-a-Befriender.pdf

https://slcn.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/CLAN-Befriender-Leaflet-For-clients-referrers.pdf

https://slcn.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/CLAN-Info-Trifold-Leaflet.pdf