Advocacy services for people in London

What does it do?

Our aim is to enable people to become and remain central to the decisions that are made about their life. We encourage and enable people to speak on behalf of themselves, ensuring that their needs are considered, their rights are respected and they receive what they are entitled to.
Includes IMCA and IMHA services.

Who it is for?

Cambridge House is a charitable organisation in Southwark offering a number of services to alleviate the local effects of poverty and support social change.
Cambridge House provides advocacy services to people living in London.
We offer instructed advocacy to people who have capacity, and non-instructed advocacy to those who lack capacity (people with a reduced ability to make decisions for themselves).

Our client group includes:

  • adults with mental health needs
  • adults with physical disabilities
  • adults with learning disabilities
  • children and young people with disabilities
  • older people
  • people with dementia

Where it is available?

Local service (Southwark).

How to access or apply for it:

See contact details above


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