What you said about us - "The advocate made me feel confident, especially when I needed it." 1 of 5 What you said about us - 2 of 5 "The advocate came all the way out to my home - she was great!" What you said about us - 3 of 5 "I have found the help I received INVALUABLE." What you said about us - 4 of 5 "The advocate was excellent help. He provided support and advice both before and after my discharge from hospital." What you said about us - 5 of 5 "I would like to thank your advocate. She helped me for a year." "She went the last mile...and further." "I thank her sincerely." Our Team is here to help YOU Why not contact them TODAY! ...click on the blue button. Speak out and be Heard

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE APRIL 2022

Lomond & Argyll Advocacy Service continue to offer our Service to individuals across West Dunbartonshire and Argyll & Bute. Our two main offices are open, but with the majority of our team still working from home.

We are able to provide a range of support and assistance via phone, email and video calls, including Near Me technology and are providing some direct support as we continue to follow Scottish Government guidance on Coronavirus restrictions.

Contact us on

West Dunbartonshire  01389 726543 / admin@laas.org.uk

or

Argyll & Bute 01546 606056 / admin.argyll@laas.org.uk

 

Are you looking for a new challenge? We are looking for a part time Recovery Advocacy worker in Cowal. Click the button below for more information and an application form.

Cowal Recovery Advocate Job Vacancy May 2022

 
  • 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.

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  • 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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