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  • Rethink North Advocacy Hub

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/05/2022

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  • Rethink Advocacy London Hub

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/05/2022

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  • Rethink Advocacy Essex Hub

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/05/2022

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  • Langdon Hospital Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 30/09/2021

    This service is for people detained in Langdon Secure Hospital, Dawlish in Devon. Access to the service is subject to admission to one of the wards within the hospital. Advocacy contact details are on every ward and people can either refer themselves or ask a member of hospital staff to contact the advocacy team. The advocates support people to say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests, and obtain the services they need.

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  • Devon NHS Complaints Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 02/02/2022

    Advocates can support in the complaints process by providing information, clarifying options and, in some circumstances, helping to write the complaint. The service promotes self-advocacy by providing a self-help pack where appropriate.

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  • Devon and Torbay Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA)

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 02/02/2022

    Our IMHA service is free to access and is independent from all other services. Our advocates work with qualifying patients detained under the Mental Health Act (qualifying sections) within the Devon and Torbay area. This includes patients who are detained in hospitals or other secure settings within the local boundaries, but do not otherwise live in the area. The service is also available to people held under Supervised Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) who live within the Devon and Torbay area. The advocates work with people to ensure that they understand their rights, understand any treatments being discussed and have a say in discussions about their care. If the patient has been assessed as lacking capacity to instruct an advocate, advocates will use Non-instructed Advocacy to ensure that the person is still at the centre of all care planning and decisions.

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  • Camden Advocacy (IMHA)

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 11/03/2022

    The Camden Advocacy Service provides Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), Care Act and Non-Statutory Community Advocacy.

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  • Camden Care Act Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 11/03/2022

    The Camden Advocacy Service provides Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), Care Act and Non-Statutory Community Advocacy.

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  • Camden Advocacy (IMCA)

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 11/03/2022

    The Camden Advocacy Service provides Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), Care Act and Non-Statutory Community Advocacy.

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  • Camden Advocacy for Older Adults

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 11/03/2022

    The Camden Advocacy Service provides Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), Care Act and Non-Statutory Community Advocacy.

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  • County Durham Advocacy - Community

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    County Durham Advocacy Service for adults in county Durham providing the following: Community Advocacy Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) Independent Mental Health Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) Independent Care Act Advocacy (ICAA) Relevant person's Representative Service (RPR)

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  • Essex Peer and Citizen Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    Non-statutory advocacy services such as citizen advocacy and other self-help advocacy to deliver better outcomes for vulnerable people who would otherwise not have their voice heard.

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  • Wandsworth Peer Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Wandsworth, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • Wandsworth Community Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Wandsworth, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • Richmond Peer Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Richmond, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • Richmond Community Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Richmond, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • Richmond Deaf Ward Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Richmond, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • Camden Mental Health Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 11/03/2022

    We Provided all statutory advocacy services under the Mental Health Act,the Care Act,the Mental Capacity Act and depriviation of Liberty Safeguards.

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  • South London and Maudsley Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    We provide IMHA and general Advocacy to those on the national wards of SLaM NHS Foundation Trust at the Bethlem Royal Hospital and the Maudsley Hospital.

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  • SMH County Durham Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    County Durham Advocacy Service provides independent individual advocacy support and representation to service users. This involves ascertaining service users' wishes, feelings, beliefs, and values both verbally (for example during care review meetings or other care and support meetings) and in writing (for example writing letters on behalf of service users) Specialist Mental Health advocacy provides advocacy to adults with a registered GP in County Durham and/or using mental health and/or social care services in County Durham who feel disadvantaged as a result of their mental health difficulties. The advocacy deals directly with issues relating to mental health treatment and care and cannot include such areas as benefits and financial matters. This service is free to access and independent of other services.

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  • County Durham Advocacy IMHA

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    County Durham Advocacy Service provides independent individual advocacy support and representation to service users. This involves ascertaining service users' wishes, feelings, beliefs, and values both verbally (for example during care review meetings or other care and support meetings) and in writing (for example writing letters on behalf of service users). County Durham Advocacy Service has also been commissioned to provide IMHA (Independent Mental Health Advocacy) for anyone one who lives in County Durham, is detained and the Mental Health Act 1983 and has the right to an advocate. This involves making sure those detained are aware of their rights, supporting them in getting their views across to their care team, attending Ward Rounds and Tribunals and helping them access their medical notes. This service is free to access and independent of other services.

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  • Barnsley Advocacy Service (IMCA)

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    The service provides independent advocacy support for people who have been assessed to lack the capacity to make specific decisions and have no one appropriate for the decision makers to consult with. The advocacy involves ascertaining clients’ wishes, feelings, beliefs, and values relating to decisions on serious medical treatment, changes of accommodation, during the care review processes or Adult Safeguarding processes. The advocates are independent of the person making the decision and will represent the client within meetings and discussions, submitting a report which raises considerations which the decision maker should take in to account. The advocate will question and challenge any decision that appears not to be in the client’s best interest. This service is free to access and independent of all other services.

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  • Wandsworth General Mental Health Advocacy

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 26/04/2022

    Rethink Advocacy offer a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy services across the Boroughs of Wandsworth, for more on any of our services and eligibility criteria please contact us.

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  • County Durham Advocacy - IMCA

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    County Durham Advocacy Service provides independent individual advocacy support for people facing certain decisions in their life where they are deemed to lack capacity to make certain decisions and have no one appropriate to consult with around these decisions. This involves ascertaining service users' wishes, feelings, beliefs, and values both verbally (for example, facing decision regarding serious medical treatment, change of accommodation decisions, during care review meetings or Adult Safeguarding) We will be independent of the person making the decision, provide support for the person who lacks capacity, representing the person within meetings and within a report in the person’s best interest, question and challenge any relevant decision that appears not to be in that person’s best interest. This service is free to access and independent of other services.

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  • County Durham Advocacy - RPR

    Services and Groups | Last updated: 17/09/2021

    County Durham Advocacy Service provides independent individual advocacy support for people facing certain decisions in their life where they are deemed to lack capacity to make certain decisions and have no one appropriate to consult with around these decisions. This involves ascertaining service users' wishes, feelings, beliefs, and values both verbally (for example, facing decision regarding serious medical treatment, change of accommodation decisions, during care review meetings or Adult Safeguarding) We will be independent of the person making the decision, provide support for the person who lacks capacity, representing the person within meetings and within a report in the person’s best interest, question and challenge any relevant decision that appears not to be in that person’s best interest. This service is free to access and independent of other services.

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