Tameside Advocacy Service provides advocacy to a range of people in their homes and other community settings across the area.
We also work with people in residential or care settings and in hospitals.
Tameside Advocacy Service provides different types of advocacy services, including:
- Independent Mental Health Advocacy - see our poster here
- Advocacy for people with mental health needs
- Care Act Advocacy
- Generic Advocacy
Advocates hold regular surgeries at Ashton Library, at St. Mark's Church and at the Cloverleaf office in Tameside.
We can support people with some kinds of NHS Complaints
- NHS complaints advocacy gives more information or contact us
We also facilitate a number of self-advocacy groups such as:
- Help Yourself Group
- A weekly ward group at Tameside Hospital
We also support a range of groups in partnership with other organisations, for example:
- A young person's project - with Tameside African Refugee Association , who provide ongoing support to refugees across Tameside. More information here
- A mums Group - with the LEAP Centre who provide a range of support to women, families and children in Tameside.
- Learners experiencing difficulties - in partnership with Learn@StAnn's in Ashton, who provide a range of courses and return to work training.