Protecting the voices, choices, and rights of adults and children
Cambridge House provides free, independent, and confidential advocacy services to help people become involved in the decisions which affect their lives.
We offer our expert care and assistance to:
- Adults with mental health needs who are subject to the Mental Health Act
- People who lack capacity and require Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy support
- Adults who need care and support and are having their needs assessed, planned, or reviewed
- Carers of both adults and children in ‘transition’
- People who want to make a complaint about a service you or someone you know received from the NHS
- People who want support to self-advocate in order to take control of decisions about themselves and telling others what they want.
- People with learning disabilities, older people, adults with physical disabilities and sensory impairment or those seeking to access social care services to address issues relating to their social and NHS care.
Our advocacy service works to ensure that people’s voices are heard, that their rights are protected, and that they understand what is happening to them. We speak up for them when they cannot, and support and advise them when they can.
If you require the services of our advocacy team and are a resident of one the boroughs where we work, click on your borough in the sidebar to find out more. If you’d like to talk to someone about advocacy, call our team on 0207 358 7007.
All our services are quality assured. All our advocates are fully trained, qualified and experienced.
Further Information and Referrals Processes for Professionals
Please select the service you require for more information on the individual advocacy services we offer, the boroughs we operate in, and to learn how to make referrals.