How To Make A Referral

Referrals can be made by yourself or by a third party. If a third party makes the referral on your behalf, we will check that you know about it and that you want to use the service.

Referrals can be taken in person at our office, over the phone or using the contact form on this website. We try to make the process as straighforward as possible.

There is sometimes a wait to be matched with an advocacy worker. We make sure that the people who need advocacy most are matched up first. If your situation changes while you are waiting, please let us know.

 If you are unsure about whether independent advocacy would be appropriate or not, please get in touch and we can talk things through. 

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