If you have experience of using mental health or learning disability services, you could become a Peer Advocate
Your unique experience and knowledge will make you a valuable part of our advocacy team.
If you think that working as a volunteer advocate, supporting other people to get their voice heard, will help you manage your own mental health issues, or a learning disability, we would love to hear from you.
We will train and support you to work alongside our professional advocates to provide advocacy support in your local community.
Becoming a Peer Advocate could be the first step you take towards becoming a trained advocate.
We currently run Peer Advocacy schemes in Berkshire via our Self-Advocacy Groups.
Contact us to find out more.
Several of our delivery partners run peer advocacy schemes. You can see a list of all our partners here and, by clicking on a partner logo, their website will open, so you can find out more about what they are able to offer.