Greenwich Advocacy - Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind Greenwich

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.

Advocacy means getting support from another person to help you express your views and exercise your rights about our mental health care, and to help make sure your voice is heard. Someone who helps you in this way is called your Advocate.

How your advocate helps you is up to you – they are there to support your choices.

Categories

  • Mental health services: Older people
  • Mental health services: Working age adults

Services provided

  • Mental health advocacy

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How to find us:

Bus: 108, 422, 286 Westerdale Road bus stop on Westcombe Hill, less than 8 mins walk.

Rail: The nearest station is Westcombe Park, about 4 mins walk.

Address:

Greenwich Advocacy,
Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind,
54-56 Ormiston Road,
Greenwich

SE10 0LN

Public phone number:

020 3198 2222

Website:

https://www.blgmind.org.uk/greenwich/advocacy/