Types of Advocacy
We deliver a range of statutory and non-statutory advocacy types, each with different eligibility criteria.
Making a referral is easy. Just complete the specific referral form for the advocacy type you want and send to [email protected].
You will get an automatic response to acknowledge receipt of your referral.
Care Act Advocacy is a statutory service available for people who may have substantial difficulty in being fully involved with decisions made about them and their care and support.
Independent Mental Health Advocacy is a statutory right for patients detained under the Mental Health Act.
Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy is a statutory service provided under the Mental Capacity Act (2005), which aims to empower and protect people who lack capacity to make decisions for themselves.
Advocacy is available for parents with learning difficulties, learning disabilities, autism and mental health issues who are going through child protection and family court proceedings.
Advocacy for Informal Patients
Advocacy for Informal Patients, is available for people residing voluntarily in Hollins Park Hospital.