Areas covered

Connected Voice Advocacy

Description • Health and Care advocacy supports adults in Gateshead and Newcastle who need support with health and social care issues. If you belong to any of the following groups we may be able to help you speak up for yourself, find out about your rights, make decisions and choices or get services or support: o Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community o Mental health needs o Learning Disabilities o Physical Disabilities o Over 55 years old o Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender • Families through Crisis advocacy provides support to families in crisis in Newcastle • Hate Crime advocacy supports people across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear who have experienced or are at risk of hate crime • Welfare Advocacy supports adults in Newcastle and Gateshead who are in crisis, around poverty and benefits, helping them develop skills to navigate the system. The availability of this service depends on funding • Statutory services for people in Gateshead For further information or referral visit our website or contact us on 0191 235 7013 or find us @ Twitter Facebook We are proud winners of the Outstanding Advocacy Service award at the 2018 National Advocacy Awards

Areas Covered

Contact Person

Karen Morley

Organisation Address

Connected Voice Advocacy
Higham House
Higham Place
Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom

54.974725820869, -1.6087728703864