Birmingham Advocacy Hub West Midlands > Birmingham The Hub is delivered by a partnership which includes POhWER, Advocacy Matters, East Birmingham Collective, deafPLUS and Birmingham Mind. The Birmingham Advocacy Hub delivers the following services: Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) Relevant Person's Paid Representative (RPPR) Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) Care Act Advocacy NHS Complaints Advocacy Community Advocacy Group, Citizen and Peer Advocacy How do I get support from an advocate? To make a referral to the Birmingham Advocacy Hub, you can download the forms below: Birmingham Advocacy Hub Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) referral form Birmingham Advocacy Hub Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) referral form Birmingham Advocacy Hub NHS Complaints Advocacy referral form Birmingham Advocacy Hub Community Advocacy including the Care Act referral form If you are not sure whether you can get an advocate, or for more information, advice and support, please contact us on 0300 456 2370 or email [email protected]. Local Resources Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub IMCA leaflet (pdf) Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub RPPR leaflet (pdf) Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub IMHA leaflet (pdf) Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub NHS Complaints Advocacy leaflet (pdf) Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub Independent Care Act Advocacy leaflet (pdf) Download the Birmingham Advocacy Hub Community Advocacy leaflet (pdf) Download the Neighbourhood Network Scheme in Hodge Hill leaflet (pdf) POhWER Birmingham is a member of and have been awarded the Birmingham Business Charter for Social Responsibility. The award recognises our commitment to corporate social responsibility, to help Birmingham City Council to improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of Birmingham’s citizens. In your area West Midlands Neighbourhood Networking event Birmingham On Tuesday 27th November POhWER Birmingham hosted The Neighbourhood Networking Event at Moorfield Hall Community Centre, Birmingham. It was a networking event for people who work within the Hodge Hill Constituency (Birmingham). We invited charities, medical professionals, social workers, councillors, commissioners and volunteers and about 30 people attended. It gave people a chance to build relationships with all who come in to contact / support older adults in the community. We had discussions about the new social care model (the 3 C’s), where are the gaps and how we can work together to better support older adults within the community. We have another Neighbourhood Networking event on 15th January at the Khidmat Centre, Small Heath at 10:30 which we are really excited for.