Advocacy West Wales: A Voice when YOU need it most

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What can an Advocate do?

  • Respect you and listen to you
  • Help you understand information given to you
  • Help you understand your rights
  • Help you think through your choices
  • Support you in finding information
  • Help you have a say in decisions made about you
  • Support you at meetings by helping you put your views across
  • Help you to make complaints

Email us:admin@advocacywestwales.org.uk

Our leaflets and our service is provided in either English or Welsh.

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What is an Advocate?

Someone who supports another person to make sure that their rights are respected and their views and wishes are heard at all times.

An advocate will not tell you what to do, but will help you to decide for yourself!

We will not repeat things that you tell us to anyone unless you say it is OK – except if you or another person is at risk.

The office is usually open from 9-5 Monday – Friday and 9-3 on Saturday. If there is no one available to take your call you may choose to leave an answer phone message and your dedicated advocate will respond to you as soon as possible. If you have not contacted the service before the duty advocate will respond to your request as soon as practicable.  Please call 01437 762935.

 

 
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Contact AWW to speak to an Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA)

01437 762935

Or

01267 223197

Admitted to hospital because of your mental health, subject to an order under the mental health act or your mental health is assessed in hospital? You are entitled to see an IMHA from AWW. Children and young people have this right as well as adults.

Contact us yourself, or ask someone to contact us for you.