Partners in Advocacy Glasgow

Delivered by Partners in Advocacy Glasgow
  • Human rights advice

Partners in Advocacy offers a free, independent advocacy service which helps children, young people and adults have their voices heard, views respected and rights upheld when adults and professionals are making decisions about their lives

We’re here to help people speak up and be heard, and to make sure that their thoughts and feelings are respected. We want to make sure that everyone can be involved in important decisions that affect their lives.

Our independent advocacy service is completely free and private, and anyone can ask for our help. We’re an independent charity, not part of any other organisations like social work or the NHS.

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