Mental Health Toolkits

Practical and support written in plain English, for people experiencing or recovering from ill mental health.Read more

Self Advocacy Toolkit

Our resources, fact sheets and tips are here to help you to self advocate.Read more

Self Advocacy Training

We can help you learn the skills you need to be your own advocate.Read more

Hub of Hope

For some there's advocacy, for those who are in crisis, there is the Hub of Hope. As an Ambassador of Hope, Advocacy Focus will be working with the Hub of Hope and its founder, Jake Mills, to connect mental health services in Lancashire.Read more

Volunteer Fundraiser

We require a fundraising volunteer to be part of a passionate team working closely with our Marketing and Business Development team.Read more

Advocacy Friends

Do you want help us shout about the great work we do? Do you want to help people in your community? Then you can become an Advocacy Friend.Read more

Fundraising Complaints Policy

We are members of the Institute of Fundraising and registered with the UK Fundraising Regulator.Read more

Independent Advocate - Fylde or Leyland - Fixed Term until April 2019

Advocacy Focus is looking to recruit an Independent Advocate based in Fylde or Leyland. The role is fixed term until April 2019 with a possibility to extend further, subject to funding.Read more

Trustee

We’re seeking additional Trustees to join an already strong leadership and help steer Advocacy Focus through its rapid growth and challenging environment currently facing the sector.Read more

Press Centre

See what we've been up to in the press or on the radio as we raise awareness of our free advocacy support.Read more

Our Service Areas

See where we operate via our map and check the locations of our offices.Read more

Independent Mental Health Advocacy

Our Independent Mental Health Advocates (IMHAs) provide an additional safeguard for individuals who are subject to the Mental Health Act (2007).Read more

Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy

We provide a statutory service under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in Trafford, which empowers people who lack capacity to be involved in the decision making process.Read more