Cloverleaf Advocacy provide support (known as advocacy services) to help people across the North of England to speak up.
There are many reasons why people need help to get their voices heard.
Cloverleaf Advocacy support people across the North of England to speak up.
They help people to:
- express their views
- secure their rights
- represent themselves and get the help they need
They will work with you as an equal partner.
They can support you whether you are at home, in hospital or in a residential or nursing home. They also support people in medium and low security psychiatric units.
Their services are free and confidential (we are a registered charity).
Cloverleaf Advocacy services are independent from health and social care providers, the NHS, social services, residential homes and hospitals. They have been awarded the Quality Performance Mark (QPM) for one to one advocacy services.
Adult Social Care Advocacy Service is for 18 years+, who are going through social care processes, wanting to access information about services, make a complaint about social care services or need signposting to appropriate services but are unsure where to go. Our client groups are: adults with a learning disability, adults with a physical disability, adults with sensory impairments, older people, non-instructed and also parents with learning disabilities going through child protection processes. Adult Social Care Advocacy, Befriending, Travel Training, IMHA, IMCA, Various peer support/peer-led networks/groups.