Advocacy Resources

In this section we provide links to a wide range of useful national resources which you can use to help you advocate for yourself. Use the filter to select a subject. Click on the title of an item to see it in full then click on link to go to the website.

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Sure Start centres give help and advice on child and family health, parenting, money, training and employment. Some centres also provide early learning and full day care for pre-school children.
Provides support and advice to police forces to resolve missing person cases and assist in the identification of bodies and remains. Also maintain a central national database of missing persons and unidentified cases.
Provides free advice for disabled people and fights injustice. Disability Law Service website
The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) offers support to adult survivors of childhood abuse and training for those who support them. NAPAC website
Provides advice, information and support for families with disabled children. Contact website
How to challenge a benefit decision
Provides parents and carers with independent advice and information on state education in England. ACE Education website
Information and advice to support people with disabilities into employment. Shaw Trust website
Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. They provide information and support for women and children. Women's Aid website