You will need to provide identifying information about yourself so that we can make sure we:
- don’t try to contact you, and
- delete the information we receive about your compulsory treatment.
We support people who are subject to, or at risk of, compulsory treatment. Find out if you are eligible.
Advocates can support you to speak up and have someone ‘on your side’ to represent your views, wishes and concerns. We can also provide you with information on your rights and refer you to other services.
Find out why you might need an advocate, hear a personal account of experience in a psychiatric hospital, and examples of our advocacy.
Our service has been funded to help people who are receiving, or at risk of, compulsory mental health treatment. We respect the important role of families and carers, but we do not advocate on their behalf.
Find out more about other services that can help you.
Reviewed 31 July 2023