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Directory 2017 Advocacy

Individual advocacy is about helping people to speak up for themselves or speaking on their behalf, with their permission. Collective advocacy is about helping groups speak up about issues that concern them. Advocacy Providers working in Midlothian.

EARS Midlothian

EARS provides independent advocacy to adults who have a physical disability and/or an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) who feel that they would benefit from the support of independent advocacy.
Tel: Telephone logo 08456-070-129
Website: www.ears-advocacy.org.uk

Partners in Advocacy

Partners in Advocacy provides short-term adults with learning disabilities and children 0-8 with physical disabilities in Midlothian area.
Tel: Telephone logo 0131-478-7724
Website: www.partnersinadvocacy.org.uk

People First (Scotland)

Is an organisation run by and for people with learning difficulties to raise awareness of the campaign for the rights of people with learning difficulties and to support self advocacy groups across Midlothian.
Tel : Telephone logo 0131 478 7707
Website: www.peoplefirstltd.com

The Consultation & Advocacy Promotion Service

CAPS are an independent advocacy organisation for people who use, or have used mental health services. CAPS works with mental health service users as individuals or as members of a group to set their own agenda, to find a stronger voice, to get their point across, and influence decisions which affect their lives.
Tel: Telephone logo 0131-538-7177
capsadvocacy.org/
E-mail: email symbol contact@capsadvocacy.org

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