Advocacy in Redbridge provides free, independent and confidential advocacy services and support to Redbridge residents. They help to ensure that local people who may have experienced the following have their wishes heard and their rights respected:
- Acquired brain injury
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- mental ill health,
- learning disabilities,
- physical disabilities,
- sensory impairments,
- substance misuse,
Independent Mental Health Advocacy
Supporting people who have been detained under sections of the Mental Health Act or under a Community Treatment Order, they work with individuals to help them understand their rights and receive the treatment that's right for them.
Supporting people who have decisions to make and don't feel as if they are being listened to or who don't feel confident raising the issues themselves.
This is an innovative new way which existing and future user groups can influence the services that affect them in the community.
Working with people over the age 18 who work with carers, older people and victims of abuse.
The services are delivered by VoiceAbility
together with Daffodil Advocacy
and the Centre for Independent and Inclusive Living
Advocacy in Redbridge also has an office based at Goodmayes Hospital which specialises in championing the rights for those with learning difficulties.
The team can be found at:
Essex IG3 9AN%3%3
The page was last updated on 6 August 2015
100 South Park Drive