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.
The Wealdstone Centre, 38-40 High Street, Wealdstone, HA3 7AE
Harrow Association of Disabled People and Harrow Mencap
020 8861 8876 / 07940 407566 (text or call and they can call you back)
Who is it for:
Children and young people between 8 and 25 years of age who require advocacy
English. Gujarati and BSL often available
Wheelchair access, accessible toliet, signing, induction loop
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above (young people can contact directly or ask someone to call on their behalf)
H10, 140, 182, 186, 258, 340
Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo / Silverlink)
Pay and Display car park nearby