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A to Z Directory of advocacy groups and organisations

The advocacy-related groups and organisations shown below can either help you directly or provide information and support.

To find out more about how they can help you, please contact them using the phone number, email, or website address they have provided.

Plymouth Parent Advocacy Project

The Plymouth Parent Advocacy Project helps ensure parents with a learning disability are supported through challenging processes regarding their children; ensuring that they understand information, feel able to express their own views, are able to access appropriate support, and that they receive a fair assessment.

The Advocacy People (Plymouth)

The Advocacy People provides all statutory and non-statutory advocacy for the people of Plymouth and is free, confidential and independent.

Action for Children

Action for Children aims to improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable children and young people and they support children and young people, as well as their families.

Amber Initiatives

Amber Initiatives provides practical assistance to migrant workers from EU countries, helping them to comply with the UK legislation and solve their complex problems.

Better Futures - Improving Lives Plymouth

Better Futures was founded over 30 years ago and is a service for adults age 18+ with a learning disability and or autism.

Coram Voice

Coram Voice will help you if you are in care, leaving care, or have or need a social worker.

National Association of Child Contact Centres

NACCC is the only charity in the UK dedicated to child contact, providing safe spaces where children can meet the parents they don't live with.

Prison Advice and Care Trust - PACT

The Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT) is a pioneering national charity that supports prisoners, people with convictions and their families.

Prisoners' Families Helpline

The Prisoners' Families Helpline can support you if you have a family member who is in contact with the criminal justice system in England and Wales.

Royal Association for Deaf People

The Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) promotes the welfare and interests of deaf people and provides services to deaf people in their first or preferred language, usually British Sign Language (BSL).

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