Advocacy2022-05-19T12:20:02+00:00

FREE Advocacy support available for Black and Ethnic Communities in Enfield and Barnet.  If you need support or advice on:

  • Housing
  • Welfare
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Health
  • Parental support
  • Social care

Precious Counselling and Mentoring CIC in partnership with Mind in Enfield & Barnet are reaching out to provide support for you to obtain advice, information and relevant access the services that you need. We are here to make sure your rights are protected and your voice is heard!

What is an Advocate?

Types of Advocacy:

Community

Community Advocacy services
This includes all advocacy that is not a legal entitlement.

Group (Collective)

Group advocacy (also known as collective advocacy)
This is where a group of people with similar experiences meet to support each other and strengthen their voice together.

Peer

Peer advocacy
Peer advocates have lived experience of a mental health problem and can support you to cope with a range of problems you may be experiencing.

Statuatory

Statutory advocacy
These are Independent Mental Health Advocates (IMHAs), Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCAs) and advocates supporting people under the Care Act 2014.

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