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    Advocacy (mental health & care) - Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind

    54-56Ormiston RoadLondonSE10 0LN
    Free, confidential and independent advocacy for adults in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, detained under the Mental Health Act and or receiving care and support under the Care Act. Having a mental health problem can sometimes mean that your opinions and ideas are not always taken seriously, or that you are not always offered all the opportunities and choices you would like. This can be difficult to deal with, especially when you need to communicate regularly with professionals involved in your health and social care. Advocates can help. How your…

    Advocacy - Care Act

    Under the Care Act local councils must involve people in decisions about their care and support needs. If it would be difficult for someone to be involved without support the council must make sure they get the help they need. If the person doesn’t have someone who can help them they have the right to have an independent Care Act advocate. We provide Independent Care Act advocacy support as part of the Greenwich Advocacy Partnership (GAP)

    Advocacy - Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA)

    54-56Ormiston RoadLondonSE10 0LN
    You are legally entitled to an IMHA if you are in compulsory care under a section of the Mental Health Act in the community or a hospital. IMHAs are specifically trained to work in accordance with the Mental Health Act to support you.

    Advocacy for All

    Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy Service Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCA) help people who are assessed to lack capacity about medical treatment or where they live, and have no family or friends who are willing to represent their views. This can include: People with dementia or mental ill health People with learning disabilities People with physical disabilities People who have had a stroke People who have acquired brain injuries People who are unconscious or in…

    Advocacy in Greenwich

    7General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6FH
    Advocacy In Greenwich wants everybody to have rights, choices and chances; be able to say what they want and be heard and to be part of the community. We will work together with people with learning disabilities and/or physical disabilities to change the way people think so that we can make this happen. We offer: 1 to 1 advocacy Self Advocacy Groups Accessible training about  your rights for people with a certain learning diability Accessible training for staff that work in services Volunteering and paid work…

    Advocacy In Greenwich - People's Parliament

    7General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6FH
    Elected MPs represent the views of all people with learning disabilities in Greenwich. Citizen Forums and Surgeries give people an opportunity to find out what is going on in Greenwich and London and to talk about how services can be improved. Meetings take place at different venues to make sure that everyone has access them.

    Advocacy NOW

    The Eltham Library2 Archery RoadElthamLondonSE9 1HA
    We provide free independent advocacy support to vulnerable, isolated people living in Greenwich. You can self refer by calling us or emailing using the attached email address or using the Feedback box on our new website.. We are also commissioned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich (RBG) to provide independent advocacy under the Care Act 2014. Referrals need to be directed through the appropriate channels.  

    Alzheimer's Society - Greenwich

    Wolsley HouseWolsley CloseCrayfordKentDA1 4BE
    To support people with dementia and other forms of memory loss and their carers

    Anahita Recovery Centre

    104Gavestone RdLeeLondonSE12 9BL
    The Anahita Recovery Centre offers highly supported accommodation to men and women, over the age of eighteen, who have a present or past history of mental health difficulties. An individual support and recovery plan, tailored to your needs and wishes, will be drawn up in collaboration with you and those involved in your care. We believe that the whole process of assessment, planning and the delivery of support and care should be a collaborative venture, enabling you to move forward on the road to more independent living.

    Anchor & Hope Care Services Ltd

    Hope House27 Goldfinch RoadThamesmead WestLondonSE28 0DF
    Anchor & Hope Care Services Ltd is a CQC registered Care Home for adults with Mental Health issues. It provides short term and long term as well as respite care and support services for up to 3 persons. We provide a 24 hour service throughout the year. What We Do We offer care and support which include the following: Planned care which is person centred to residents needs including attending CPA reviews. Medication management which prompts compliance and help manage mental well being. Prompt, encourage and…