Conwy and Denbighshire Community Mental Health Advocacy
What is Advocacy?
“Advocacy means taking action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain the services they need.” Action for Advocacy
Independent – Confidential – Non-Judgmental – Free
Our advocates can:
- Listen to your concerns
- Give you information about your rights, mental health law, benefits, housing issues, managing debt and much more
- Help you to complain if you are unhappy about any part of your care or treatment
- Help you to access advice and guidance agencies such as welfare rights and Citizens Advice Bureaux
- Help you to think through what options you have and to make decisions
We provide qualified advocates, who can offer formal representation and support at meetings and appointments. An advocate is someone who will listen to your worries and problems and work along side you to achieve your aims. Advocates are a valuable source of information and can help the people who use their service to feel in control of their own lives – to feel empowered.
Our Service User’s Story
Our advocates are available in various locations across the two counties throughout the week, telephone our office on 01745 813999 to make an appointment to see an advocate at a location near you
Or alternatively download our referral form and send it in to our office, address on our contact page
To download our leaflet click on the link below: