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Advocacy For Carers


An advocate is someone who can both listen to you and speak for you in times of need. An advocate is not part of the NHS so will not give their personal opinion. The advocate will also help defend your rights and responsibilities and speak out for you and with you about things that matter to you. They can go to meetings, write letters or reports and speak on your behalf.

Healthwatch Liverpool, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2AH.
Tel: 0300 77 77 007

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Healthwatch Liverpool


VoiceAbility supports people in Liverpool and Sefton to have their voice heard and their rights respected. We provide free, independent and confidential advocacy.

Voiceability offer Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) and Care Act Advocacy in both Liverpool and Sefton, and Professional Advocacy in Liverpool only.

If you put your postcode into the prompt on the website it details your local advocates who will support you in getting the help you need.

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