Advocacy for People in Bromley

Advocacy for All

'Advocacy for All' provide a range of free, advocacy services for people living in Bromley borough.
You can get help if you are * over 18 years old, * have a learning disability or a mental health issue, * live in the borough * and receive a service from the London Borough of Bromley. *

What do they provide?
* help with your complaint about an National Health Service (NHS) service,
* Care Act advocacy,
* group advocacy for people with a learning disability and
* community mental health advocacy.

How do they help?
With regards to these services, they can:- * help you to make decisions, * go to meetings with you and help you understand, * they can help with letter writing, * provide information and support about your issue or complaint, *
and they can signpost you to their 'Speaking Up' groups to learn new skills. *

  Quality Assured Provider

Contact details

Organisation Advocacy for All
Contact name Advocacy for All Helpline
Address Serves whole of Bromley Borough, (office:, St Mary's Road, Swanley BR8 7BU), BR1, United Kingdom
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