CORONAVIRUS UPDATE AUGUST 2020
Lomond & Argyll Advocacy Service are pleased to still be able to offer our Service to individuals across West Dunbartonshire (WD) and in Argyll & Bute (AB). However, we are unable to conduct face to face visits at this time.
We are able to provide a range of support and assistance via phone, email and video technology, including Near Me Technology. We continue to follow Scottish Government guidance on easing Coronavirus restrictions.
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News: We are seeking 3 x Peer Advocacy Workers for our Recovery Advocacy Project – Oban, Helensburgh and Isle of Bute.
Would you like help to speak out and be heard?
Advocacy is another name for helping someone say what they want.
It involves an individual (or group) being supported to speak up by independent trained advocacy workers.
Go to our “What is Advocacy?” page for more details.
Lomond & Argyll Advocacy Service operates over West Dunbartonshire and Argyll & Bute with offices in Dumbarton, Lochgilphead, Oban, Dunoon and Campbeltown.
We aim to provide independent advocacy to adults who use community care services. Our priority groups are adults with a learning disability, adults who use mental health services and people over 65.
Our advocacy service is free, independent, and confidential.
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