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We provide a range of advocacy services to people across Blackpool and Lancashire enabling them to have their voice heard, their views and wishes made known to others and ensuring they are treated fairly and equally.
 
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Provides free, independent and confidential support to adults in Blackpool who are vulnerable or disadvantaged and where the person feels they need advocacy support to resolve their health (including mental health) and social care issues.

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Provides free support and information to people in Blackpool who want to make an NHS complaint. This might mean giving you information so you can pursue a complaint by yourself or giving you the support of an experienced advocate.

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Provides free one to one and self advocacy support for people in Blackpool with learning disabilities. Self advocacy is the ability to speak up for yourself and the things that are important to you, meaning you are able to ask for what you need and want and tell people about your thoughts and feelings.

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The Friendship Club is for people with learning disabilities, which is led by them and organises social activities to stop people feeling isolated, including meeting up every week in Blackpool.

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Page last updated: July 2016