Oxfordshire Advocacy

Providing free advocacy support to vulnerable residents in Oxfordshire

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Interested in becoming a Volunteer Advocate? Please register your interest and we will be in touch. Thank you.

Find out more about our general advocacy support and how it could help you to get heard on matters that impact you.

Are you a good listener? Then come and be a volunteer with us – Training course coming up shortly – New Volunteer Training Course dates – October 15

Click and make a donation to ensure disadvantaged adults can continue to get their voices heard on matters that impact their wellbeing. Not everyone has someone there to support them when they face fear and distressing circumstances.

In March 2015 our statutory funding for what Oxfordshire Advocacy terms its Generic Service (those areas that fall outside of the statutory provision for advocacy) was cut.  We are now totally reliant on donations to ensure we can continue to deliver this service to disadvantaged adults in Oxfordshire.

Our team of trained volunteers  support Oxfordshire residents with this advocacy service supported by a Volunteer Coordinator.

Want to become a volunteer advocate?  Call Pat on 01865 741200 for an informal chat to learn more about becoming a volunteer advocate or email pat@oadg.org.uk.

Oxfordshire Advocacy (OA) is a registered charity reliant on grants, donations and our trained volunteer advocates.

Oxfordshire Advocacy supports disadvantaged  adults 18+, ensuring their needs are expressed and their voices heard, empowering them to have their rights, views and wishes taken into account in important decisions that affect their lives.

Along with our:

Cancer, Older People and Advocacy Programme 

Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) Service

Care Act Advocacy (ICCA) Service

  Oxfordshire Advocacy services are:

  • FREE (No cost to user)hands2
  • INDEPENDENT
  • NON JUDGEMENTAL
  • SUPPORTIVE
  • THERE JUST FOR THE ADVOCACY CLIENT

 PLEASE NOTE: We only work with residents of Oxfordshire

 

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