West Midlands > Birmingham
POhWER is excited to announce that we have been re-appointed by competitive tender to provide the Birmingham Advocacy Hub for a further 5 years from 1st April 2022. We look forward to continuing with our partners Advocacy Matters and the Ashiana Community Project, delivering person centred and high quality advocacy that is accessible across Birmingham to everyone who needs it.
The Hub is delivered by a partnership which includes POhWER, Advocacy Matters, East Birmingham Collective and deafPLUS.
POhWER also deliver the Neighbourhood Network Scheme in Birmingham.
To make a referral to the Birmingham Advocacy Hub, you can download the forms below:
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].
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)
Befriending Service COVID-19 Project by BID Services (pdf)
Safe and Well Information Leaflet by West Midlands Fire Service (pdf)
Visit our Empohwer West Midlands Facebook page for local information & resources
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.