Our team of trained advocacy workers can support individuals by listening, discussing and exploring their options, to support those that need help with communicating their views to those that need to hear them. We can help if you are finding it difficult to access services.
Please contact Scott to find out more or to make a phone appointment.
Email: [email protected]
Please note that our office is currently not open for face-to-face appointments as a safety precaution in light of Coronavirus/Covid-19
332 Leith Walk
AdvoCard facilitates a collective advocacy group for those with lived experience of problematic substance use (alcohol and drugs). A collective voice can be stronger for campaigning and letting service providers and policy makers know what positive changes can be made. And you could help make the journey better for everyone.
Meetings happen regularly and to find out how you can get involved contact: John Muirhead, Collective Advocacy Development Worker
[email protected] | 07884 741 686