1st Floor Offices, 42 High Street, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1BH
01352 759332
advocacy@asnew.org.uk

Independent Community Advocacy

Changing lives for the better

Advocacy Services North East Wales work in a way that ensures that the wishes and interests of the people we advocate for, direct the advocates’ work. Advocates are non judgmental and respectful of peoples’ needs, views and experiences. Advocates will keep you informed of what is being done and said by other services that may be involved. Advocates take your side and work only for you.

ADVOCACY PROMOTES SOCIAL INCLUSION, EQUALITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Community Advocacy Services are available for anyone over the age of 18 who feels they need support to deal with one or many issues they are facing.
There is no requirement to be in receipt of Mental Health services or to have any diagnoses.

Advocacy can help you when you are:

Feeling vulnerable, discriminated against or are at risk of abuse
Finding it difficult to put your views across or don’t feel listened to
Receiving support from someone who does not have your best interests at heart
Facing a major life change that could mean that you may need to access support services
Wishing to try and access secondary services
Providing unpaid care for a someone and need to understand your own rights as a carer

To make a referral please call 01352 759332

North Wales Partnership

ASNEW works in partnership with 2 other organisations accross North Wales tro provide IMHA and IMCA services.
These organisations also provide Community services similar to ours.

Conwy And Denbighshire Mental Health Advocacy Service

Phone: 01745 813999
E-Mail: admin@cadmhas.co.uk

www.CADMHAS.com

Mental Health Advocacy Scheme – Gwynedd and Ynys Mon (Anglesey)

Phone: 01248 354127
E-Mail: advocacy@mhas.co.uk

www.ADVOCACYSCHEME.co.uk