We make sure people who need support are heard
Advocacy for All is totally independent from statutory organisations and all other service delivery and is free from conflict of interest. AfA’s culture supports Advocates to promote their independence with individuals, professionals and other stakeholders; Advocates will be free from influence and conflict of interest so that they can represent the person for whom they advocate. ADVOCACY CHARTER
Advocacy for All is a locally-rooted advocacy organisation with a strong history, that exists to give people a voice through one to one advocacy and self-advocacy groups. We believe that Bigger Voices = Better Lives.
Our approach is person-centred, empowering and rights-focussed. We place a strong value on supporting people to be as independent as possible.
We believe that being fair, valuing diversity and involving people are extremely important. These are our values.
The quality of our services is important to us and we work hard to make sure that our organisation is the best that it can be.
We have professional staff and volunteers who are approachable, friendly and caring, passionate and inclusive. We work with vulnerable people to give them bigger voices so that they can have better lives.
Our funding comes from a variety of Local Authority contracts, external grants and donations.
Care Act Advocacy
Care Act Advocacy is a service that helps makes sure the interests of the person being supported are placed at the center of decision makingRead more →
If relatives, friends or other appropriate people aren’t available, we provide Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCA) servicesRead more →
If relatives, friends or other appropriate people aren’t available, we provide Relevant Person’s Representative (RPR) servicesRead more →
An independent service which helps a child or a young person have their opinions and views heard by adults that make decisions about themRead more →
We provide a number of non-statutory general advocacy services in different areas. Each service is bespoke to the area in which we deliver itRead more →
Mental Health Advocacy
We partner with two organisations to provide mental health advocacy services – SeAP and MindRead more →
Spot Purchase Options
As capacity allows, we accept referrals on a spot purchase basis even if not already contracted by the authorityRead more →
We supported over 4500 people across South East London, Kent, Sutton, Havering and Bromley.
How can we help?
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need our help or would like to know more about our services.