Advocacy Services

What does it do?

If people prefer, we will act as their 'voice', accurately representing their views. We consult regularly with people using services
to ascertain their views on general or specific matters.
*  We provide independant advocacy for people who have mental health needs in both the community and in the local psychiatric hospital
 *  We have monthly meetings, which are open to all, for exchanges of information and sharing news
 *  We offer a membership to anyone who wishes to be able to vote at our Annual General Meeting, to be elected for management committee and to recieve monthly 'HUBB News'. We are developing User Focused Monitoring as the way forward for service evaluation

HUBB also channels it’s 20 years of knowledge and experience of mental health from  all perspectives into providing high quality and unique training programmes for anyone and every one. From service user recovery to wellbeing in the corporate and business sector - we can help!

We offer Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) and Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA).

Who it is for?

We offer support for people with mental health needs, and un-befriended people who lack capacity, to represent their views, particulary, to commissioners and providers of mental health services.

Where it is available?

Local service (Havering, Barking & Dagenham).

How to access or apply for it:

109 Rose Lane
Marks Gate
Tel 020 8590 2666      Fax 020 8590 2169


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