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Harrow Children & Young People's Advocacy Service

Would you like support to say what you want and get people to listen to your views, when important decisions are being made about your life?

Or do you know a young person who would benefit from independent advocacy support?

The Harrow Children & Young People's Advocacy Service works with young people aged 7 - 25 years old, who are:

- Looked after children
- Care leavers
- Children in need (including young people with a disability up to 25 years)
- Refugee and asylum seeking children
- Having a Child Protection Conference
- Seeking support to make a complaint about social care services

The service is provided by HAD and Harrow Mencap, working in partnership.

Address:
The Wealdstone Centre, 38-40 High Street, Wealdstone, HA3 7AE
Umbrella org:
Harrow Association of Disabled People and Harrow Mencap
Area serviced:
Harrow
Telephone:
020 8861 8876 / 07940 407566 (text or call and they can call you back)
Opening times:
Monday-Friday 9.30am-4.30pm
Who is it for:
Children and young people between 8 and 25 years of age who require advocacy
Languages:
English. Gujarati and BSL often available
Disabled access:
Wheelchair access, accessible toliet, signing, induction loop
Childcare:
None
Charges:
None
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above (young people can contact directly or ask someone to call on their behalf)
Buses:
H10, 140, 182, 186, 258, 340
Train/tube:
Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo / Silverlink)
Parking:
Pay and Display car park nearby
Sector:
Voluntary
Last updated:
04/07/2018