Welcome to Warrington Speak Up!
At Warrington Speak Up we believe in, and actively promote a society that is inclusive, celebrating who people are and valuing the contributions they make.
We believe that everyone, regardless of their situation, needs or disability, has a right to be heard and respected, to have choice, control and freedom over their lives and to be safe from discrimination, harm or abuse.
We treat all people as an individual, working hard to protect your rights and what matters most to you, taking time to understand and see things from your perspective and offer support that is right for you.
If an important decision is being made about your life, we will stand by you, give a voice, and make sure your views and wishes are heard.
Our aim is to help you make sense of your options, think about the consequences, make an informed decision, and have the confidence to express your views.
At Warrington Speak Up we believe that advocacy matters and makes a difference in people’s lives.
We believe in a voice for all, rights for all, equality for all and justice for all.
We are passionate about protecting rights and amplifying voices.
Advocacy is free, independent, confidential and person led.
Watch our advocacy film below.
Advocacy Quality Performance Mark
The following new advocacy principles reflect how advocacy organisations across England and Wales are working together to address the impact of Covid 19 on the most disadvantaged in our communities.
- We will make sure that people are heard, and their rights are respected.
- We will communicate effectively and safely meet with people in person.
- We will make sure that people can access advocacy.
- We will take positive anti-discrimination action.
- We will work together to promote systemic change.
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Warrington Speak Up awarded national Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM)
8th September 2021
Warrington Speak Up are both thrilled and proud to have been awarded the Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi).
Darkness into light walk
18th August 2021
To celebrate World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September, we are holding a night into morning walk which takes places between Warrington and Widnes. For more information contact our new project worker Ian McClure on 01925 246938 or [email protected] You can also find out more information or book a place by visiting
Exciting new easy read information on patients rights under Mental Health
14th July 2021
Self – advocacy is about speaking up about what is important to you, to make sure you are at the centre of any decision making and that you know your rights.