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I couldn't thank you enough for all your help, for all the letters you wrote and phone calls that you made. I'm just glad that we've finally resolved the ongoing issue we had and that mum is happy again.
An advocate is someone who can both listen to you and speak for you in times of need. Advocacy in all its forms seeks to ensure that people are able to speak out, to express their views and defend their rights.
Mind in Haringey’s BME advocacy service can offer up to three months of Advocacy to Haringey residents who are experiencing a mental health problem and who are from a Black or minority ethnic community. There is no charge to access this service.
*Due to a cut to funding, we are no longer running a generic advocacy service, for a list of other local advocacy providers, please click here. To read Mind in Haringey's Advocacy Statement, please click here*
To access Mind in Haringey's BME advocacy service please call 0208 340 2474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, download a referral form here.
Mind in Haringey's BME advocacy service works in consortium with Mind in Enfield and Mind in Barnet to develop and improve services and to share good practice across North London.
If you have a complaint about the services you received at a hospital you should contact:
Tel: 020 7288 5551
Chase Farm Hospital
Tel: 0208 216 4924
North Middlesex University Hospital
Tel: 0208 887 3172
If you have a complaint about Mental Health Services you should contact:
The Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust Patient Experience Team
Tel: 0208 702 3932
For further information about what Advocacy is, please click here.