Children's Advocacy - Nottinghamshire

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Are you being listened to?

We provide advocacy for children and young people in Nottinghamshire. An Advocate is a person who can act as a spokesperson for you.

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An Advocate can help you

  • Be listened to and be heard
  • Be treated fairly
  • Have a voice in decisions made about your life, the services you receive, and the quality of these services
  • Share your concerns about your circumstances or if you need to make a complaint
  • Participate in or represent your voice in meetings

Who can have an Advocate?

An Advocate is independent – this means they are not part of other services such as social care, education, or health. An Advocate will not give their opinion or tell you what to do.

We provide Advocates for:

  • Young people from age 8 who are looked after by Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Young People with complex needs or disabilities
  • 16- and 17-year olds who are homeless
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"My Advocate helped me say what I wanted to in my meetings and explained things to me so I could understand."

Get in touch

To request an Advocate please get in touch: 

Phone: 07785 435219
Emal: [email protected]

Phone: 07385 049968
Email: [email protected]

Out of Hours - Monday - Friday from 5pm - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 4pm
Phone: 0300 303 5355



You can download our referral form and send it to: [email protected]

Download our referral form