Birmingham Advocacy HubWest Midlands > Birmingham The Hub is delivered by a partnership which includes POhWER, Advocacy Matters, East Birmingham Collective and deafPLUS. The Birmingham Advocacy Hub delivers the following services: Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) including Relevant Person's Paid Representative (RPPR) Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) Care Act Advocacy NHS Complaints Advocacy Community Advocacy Group, Citizen and Peer Advocacy POhWER also deliver the Neighbourhood Network Scheme in Birmingham. 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 referral form Birmingham Advocacy Hub 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 Leaflet (pdf) Healthwatch Birmingham provides people with ways to feedback about the health and social care services they use and uses this feedback to help improve services. They also provide an Information and Signposting Line, which helps people find out about local services. 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 POhWER donates office furniture to local charity CT Furniture Today, POhWER have delivered surplus office furniture to the charity CT Furniture who have units in Bilston and Birmingham and are soon to open their first shop in West Bromwich. CT provide not only furniture at affordable prices, but also Passenger Services and Driver Training. You can find out more about it here Regional Manager, Penny Bodger-Yates said: “In these difficult times, we are delighted to be able to support another local charity by the donation of desks and cabinets no longer required by POhWER. It has been a pleasure working with Retail Operations Manager, Nick Tomlinson to facilitate this delivery, whilst ensuring we maintain social distancing, so we can still support the charity to support others.