Buckinghamshire Mind Guide

Results for "Advocacy and Legal Rights"

Beaconsfield Advisory Centre

Beaconsfield Advisory Centre is a service that provides information and practical assistance to anyone in any kind of need by means of an enquiry centre, including Debt, Housing, Employment, Benefits, Marriage problems, Consumer problems, and many others. Founded in 1964, ... Read More

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Citizens Advice Bureau

Provide housing advice in relation to homelessness, rent arrears, relationship separation and housing, discrimination, anti-social behaviour in neighbourhoods. ... Read More

Civil Legal Advice (CLA)

You might be able to get free and confidential advice from Civil Legal Advice (CLA) as part of legal aid if you’re in England or Wales. ... Read More

First-tier Tribunal (Mental Health)

We’re responsible for handling applications for the discharge of patients detained in psychiatric hospitals. We also handle applications to change community treatment orders and the conditions placed on a ‘conditional discharge’ from hospital. ... Read More

Mind Guide to Advocacy

Guide explaining what advocacy is and how it can help. It covers information on different types of advocacy, including statutory advocates, what sort of situations an advocate can help with and how. ... Read More

Mind Info Line

Our team provides information on a range of topics including: 1. Types of mental health problems 2. Where to get help 3. Medication and alternative treatments 4. Advocacy We will look for details of help and support in your own ... Read More


Provides information, advocacy and advice services across England, offering direct and local support via Professionals and Volunteers. ... Read More

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The Advocacy People

Support people through advocacy services for the following: Health Complaints Advocacy to help people make formal complaints about their NHS care and treatment; Military Advocacy to help ex-military personnel access the services and support they need for life in the ... Read More