Advocacy in Slough is a free , confidential service provided by independent organisations, working in partnership to provide a range of independent advocacy services to residents of Slough.
Advocacy is taking action to help people say what they want , secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain services they need.
Advocacy in Slough provide the following types of Advocacy:
Generic Advocacy , Care Act Advocacy, NHS complaints Advocacy , IMHA – Independent Mental Health Advocacy and from Sept 2016 IMCA – Independent Mental Health Capacity Advocacy
Information and advice on a range of accessible courses to employment and learning advice
Job Clubs – The Britwell Centre Monday 10am -12noon, Slough Library Tuesday 10am – 12noon, Langley Library Tuesday 2pm -4pm, Thomas Gray Centre Wednesday 10am – 12noon (class learners only) Slough Library Thursday 9.30am – 11.30am. Cippenham Library Thursday 2pm – 4pm Slough Library – Lone Parent Support Friday 10am – 1pm
Thomas Gray Centre Queens Road, Slough SL1 3QW
Delivering advice and support to people of working age, employers, pensioners, families, children and disabled people
Monday to Friday 8am -6pm
Upton Lodge 2a Yew Tree Road Slough SL1 2AQ
0845 604 3719
Information Services – Information and advice and supporting service for people with disabilities includes CV writing and benefits advice
Monday to Thursday 8.30am – 4.30pm Friday 8.30am to 4.00pm
Windmill Resource Centre
Information and advice services for refugees and asylum seekers. Includes immigration, education, employment, housing, health, asylum procedures, benefits, English classes and a wide range of support services
Monday – Closed. Tuesday 10am – 12pm noon drop in Wednesday Appointments for Casework. Thursday 10am -12 noon dropin and Friday 10am – 12 noon drop in