We provide Advocacy for people in Newcastle with mental health needs, which is short-term issue related advocacy support.  Examples of issues dealt with are:

  • Changes to medication or treatment, or getting a second opinion
  • Getting representation and support at a mental health tribunal or managers meeting
  • Problems with care plans, reviews, case conferences
  • Accommodation concerns

Partners for Justice County Durham and Darlington

This is an advocacy service aimed at victims of crime experiencing mental health issues who may be:
 
  • Struggling to understand and navigate the criminal justice processes
  • Repeatedly not attending, engaging, communicating or complying with the process
Such victims may be a cause for concern or leave you feeling:
 
  • You haven’t got all the information you need from the victim
  • The victim feels anxious, confused or dissatisfied with the process
  • The victim has issues you cannot meet
The Parners for Justice service is funded by the Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner. View this link for further information
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View our Partners for Justice County Durham and Darlington leaflet
View our leaflet about our other services

To find out more or make a referral

If you would like to make a referral for yourself or someone else for about Mental Health Advocacy you can This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill in a referral form. If you would like to speak with us call 0191 235 7013.

Contact us

Higham House, Higham Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AF

Tel:      0191 232 7445
Fax:     0191 230 5640
Email: information@cvsnewcastle.org.uk