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Join In

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There are many ways which you can join in with the work that we are doing.

Peer Leaders (Hampshire)

As Peer leaders, people use their own experiences to support others who are facing similar issues.

Peer Leaders are employed as sessional workers by Choices Advocacy, they have ongoing training, support and supervision. Employment checks (DBS) are undertaken. A mentoring approach is used, learning and support was person centred and at the pace individuals needed.

If you would like to be a Peer Leader please contact us on 02380 783715 or email us

hello@choices-advocacy.org.uk.

Join a self advocacy group (Hampshire and Southampton)

We have self advocacy across Hampshire and Southampton. We have youth groups funded by Children in Need for young people aged 16-19 yrs. Groups meet on a monthly basis to talk about the issues which are important to them, take part in local and national consultations, and have a voice in the development of local services.

If you would like to join a self advocacy group please contact us for more information or download a membership form here.

Become a Volunteer (Hampshire and Southampton)

By volunteering with us you will be supporting people to be included in the decisions that affect their lives, to promote choice, control and social inclusion.

You can commit to as little or a much time as you feel able to. We will match you with people who are would like an advocate. This will depend on the location you would like to work in, how much time you can offer, the types of issues you feel comfortable supporting someone with and how well we think you would get on.

As a volunteer you will be provided with ongoing training, supervision and support whilst in your role as an advocate. We will also seek references, undertake a DBS check and an interview before volunteers begin any work with us.

For more information about volunteering please contact us on 02380 783715, email us

hello@choices-advocacy.org.uk or complete an application form here.

Become a Trustee

Trustees use their skills and experience to support Choices Advocacy. By becoming a Trustee you will be able to support the work that Choices Advocacy is doing. Trustees are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run.

Being a Trustee is a skilled role and requires ongoing commitment to attend regular Trustee meetings.

For more information about being a Trustee please contact us on 02380 783715 or email us

hello@choices-advocacy.org.uk.