Advocacy

September update:

Please be advised that due to the increasing amount of Care Act, IMCA and DoLS referrals, Manchester Advocacy Hub have had to introduce an allocation delay (maximum 6 weeks). This decision was taken in order to ensure that we continue to deliver the highest quality of service.

ALL referrals will be reviewed and allocated as appropriate to urgency.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on the numbers provided below.

We provide the statutory Advocacy Service for the City of Manchester;

This includes:

IMCA – Independent Mental Health Advocacy.

MHA – Independent Mental Health Advocacy.

CAA – Carer Act Advocacy.

For further information see our website (link below) or for general enquiries please call on 0161 214 3904 or email advocacy@gaddum.co.uk

www.manchesteradvocacyhub.co.uk

The Welfare Benefits and Money Advice service supports vulnerable adults in Manchester with issues including benefit checks, applying for benefits and challenging benefit decisions, helping people prioritise and manage their debts, supporting people with grant applications, supporting people who have problems with their utilities and signposting to other relevant organisations. An advice worker can visit people in the community, at home or other locations. The service is funded by United Utilities Trust fund and is free and confidential.

Please note that our Welfare Benefits and Money Advice Service is unable to accept referrals at this time. -updated 28.11.18.

For existing clients, please contact welfareadvice@gaddum.co.uk or please call 0161 214 3904 for further advice and information.

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