Advocacy Services

Advocates can help people with mental health difficulties to stand up for their rights, and offer support and representation at meetings such as ward rounds or outpatient appointments. There are different types of advocacy services available in the local area that may be able to help as follows:

  • If you are living in the community or in a hospital facility you may request assistance from a formal advocate.
  • Should you be detained in hospital under a section of the Mental Health Act, then you have a legal entitlement to an Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA).
  • If at any time you are detained under Secure Services at Brockfield House, Runwell, then you can request the assistance of a Secure Services Advocate based in the hospital.  Contact can be made by calling 01268 568089.


Latest news

Coronavirus Update 19/03/2020

The health and safety of our clients, staff and volunteers is really important to us, so we will be following the NHS’s guidance on how we should be responding to Coronavirus...more

Mens Shed Information Event 10/03/2020

** UPDATE 17th March 2020** This event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus situation, we hope to put on this event in the future, we will update our website with further details...more

Contact details

Please contact us using the following details, or via our online enquiry form.

01268 284130




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