Support . Empower . Advocate . Promote
seAp West Berkshire
Tel: 0300 343 5731     Email:      Text: 80800 keyword SEAP

Please help us raise funds for Military Advocacy (click here) and Disability Benefits Advocacy (click here) in West Berkshire.   Thank you.

The services we provide in this area are shown on the left.

If you need to contact seAp by phone please use the number above or you can email us or use our online Enquiry form.

Advocacy in West Berkshire is available to you if you are an older person, a carer, a person with a disability or a mental health illness.

The service will help you to: access information and services, be involved in decisions, explore choices and options, defend and promote your rights, speak out about issues that matter to you and have your voice heard. 

West Berkshire Leaflet Latest Newsletter

Services for Health/Care Professionals

If you are a health/care professional and need to make a referral to seAp, please use the forms provided below.  For non-statutory referals for people with Learning Disabilities, please use the Community referral form. 

DoLS referrals have special criteria and a separate process. To contact the DoLS team, e-mail: or telephone 01635 519056.



These referral forms are designed to be used with Nitro or Adobe Acrobat Reader DCIf you have trouble using these forms with your PDF reader and require a different format, or have any questions, please contact us on: 0300 343 5731 or at:


We need Volunteers - Do you believe advocacy helps ? - Are you a good communicator ?

We are looking for volunteers who can speak to the public and other organisations about our service. If you are interested, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator Jenny Lewis for more information on 0300 343 5731 or at

Follow us on Twitter: SEAPBerkshire

Your Local Authority or Local Healthwatch can also give you advice on who provides local services in your area.


Click here to visit your local Healthwatch




Click here to visit West Berkshire Council



Featured case study

Read Nicole's story...